The Village Voice

The Body Electric
Seducing the Muse with Technology
Wednesday, April 23, 2003

The Impresario
Boo Froebel Sets the Scene for Edgy Performance
Wednesday, January 1, 2003

Errand Into the Maze
As Rival Factions Fight over Martha Graham’s Legacy, Richard Move Re-creates the Diva’s Singular Mystique
Wednesday, January 16, 2001

The Vagabond's Tale
Mark Morris Finally Gets his Dream House
Wednesday, May 2, 2000

Into the Black: Moves From All Over
Wednesday, February 22, 2000

Hey, Rudy! Look Over Here!: Felix Ruckert's Proposition
Wednesday, October 26, 1999

High Hurdles
Wednesday, August 10, 1999

Your Money and Your Life
A jones for dance can break the bank
Wednesday, August 10, 1999

Bull Market
Wednesday, July 13, 1999

Growth Spurt
Sutton gym's most popular workout is for tots
Wednesday, July 6, 1999

Earth Mother
Wednesday, June 22, 1999

Lucky Lindy
Wednesday, May 25, 1999

Poetry Boy
Wednesday, April 13, 1999

The Wrecking Ball: Graham Company Embraces Change
Wednesday, February 9, 1999

Passion Play: A tale of art, sex, and salvation
Wednesday, February 2, 1999

Second Sight
Wednesday, January 12, 1999

Troupe Dreams
Meet Stephen Melendez, age 12, a precious kid teetering on the brink of adolescence
Wednesday, December 29, 1998

Brain Wave
Wednesday, December 8, 1998

Being There
Wednesday, November 16, 1998

Low Life
Wednesday, October 27, 1998

Wednesday, October 6, 1998

Getting Metaphysical
A roving scholar keeps his mind in motion
Wednesday, August 11, 1997

Laughter on the Hill
Ann Carlson Digs for Authenticity
Wednesday, July 14, 1998

Wednesday, June 23, 1998

On the Rebound
Will Emulating the NBA Give Ballet a Sporting Chance?
Wednesday, April 29, 1997

Inner Compass
Portuguese Dance Gains Its Bearings
Wednesday, April 22, 1997

Second Wind
New Work by an Older Generation
Wednesday, April 8, 1997

Seeing Is Believing
Wednesday, March 25, 1997

Like a Prayer
A Church Gives Praise With Drums and Dancing
Wednesday, March 11, 1997

After Image
Wednesday, January 24, 1997

Still Here
Will NYSCA’s New Director Burn the Village To Save It?
Wednesday, January 14, 1997

Splitting Heirs
Choreographers Strive To Be Altogether Different
Wednesday, December 23, 1996

Spin City
Joyce Swallows Dia’s Soho Space
Wednesday, November 5, 1996

Cultivated Form
For Trisha Brown, a Rose Is Never Just a Rose
Wednesday, October 1, 1996

War Is Peace
Wednesday, September 11, 1996

First Dance
In the ’50s, Kids From the Projects Could Become World-Class Choreographers. Not Anymore.
Wednesday, July 16, 1996

American Gothic
A Cheeky Young Trio Waltzes Through a Minefield of Prejudice
Wednesday, March 26, 1996

Composing in a Gilded Cage
Cunningham’s New Musical Director Inherits Daunting Legacy
Wednesday, February 6, 1996

Dancing in the Altogether
Choreographers Bare Thoughts on Gender, Love, and Power
Wednesday, January 9, 1996