Kaija Saariaho’s “Only the Sound Remains” was a highlight of the festival’s final week, which also included the Latvian Radio Choir and Les Arts Florissants.
The highly physical Irish actor Aaron Monaghan came late to Beckett, and is young to portray Estragon. But the role fits (even if the shoes don’t).
Garry Hines’s very funny interpretation of Samuel Beckett’s best-known work finds the kinetic cartoon humor in existential futility.
In Akram Khan’s solo, he embodies a lost, tortured soul on the battleground of World War I.
Miranda Lambert leads the female trio, whose third album, “Interstate Gospel,” is timeless and harmony-laden.
Wires suspend the dancers, and our disbelief, in this premiere by Company Wang Ramirez.
Our critic’s list of coming performances covers inventive takes on old favorites and intriguing new works.
The Lincoln Center festival will also include Haydn’s “The Creation,“ aerial hip-hop dancing and ”Waiting For Godot.”
The year offered a stirring display of Odissi from the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble and triumphs from the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky.