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 Volume 2, Number 15  April 26,  2004            The weekly online supplement to DanceView magazine

Deborah Riley; Lisa Traiger CIA; Rita Felciano NYCB's Opener; Mary Cargill

Mindy Aloff's Letter from New York

Miami City Ballet; George Jackson Erika Shuch; Ann Murphy Dreams of Flight; George Jackson Martha Graham Program C; Leigh Witchel
  NY Theatre Ballet; Mary Cargill Moving Arts Dance; Rita Felciano Esmeralda; Mary Cargill

Mindy Aloff's

Letter from New York

Martha Graham Dance Company

Upcoming Graham-related events

New York Theatre Ballet

Balanchine Stamp

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Matters of the Flesh

All You Need
Erika Shuch Performance Project
Intersection for the Arts
San Francisco, California
April 18, 2004

by Ann Murphy


Aspects of Cuba

Dance Cuba: Dreams of Flight
American Film Institute's Silver Theatre & Cultural Center
Silver Spring, Maryland
Friday, April 23, 2004

by George Jackson

Politics and Poses

Monkey Business
Deborah Riley Dance Projects
Dance Place,
Washington, D.C.
April 24-25, 2004

By Lisa Traiger


Leaning on the Music

Moving Arts Dance
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
San Francisco, California
April 24, 2004

By Rita Felciano


Étoiles, imported and homegrown

Walpurgisnacht Ballet/Sonatine/La Valse/Symphony in C
New York City Ballet
New York State Theater
New York, NY
April 27, 2004

by Mary Cargill


From Miami, Spunky Balanchine and Villella's The Neighborhood Ballroom

The Neighborhood Ballroom and Balanchine
Miami City Ballet
Center for the Arts, George Mason University
Fairfax, Virginia
April 24 at 8 PM and April 25, 2004 at 2 PM

by George Jackson


Graham's Maze

Satyric Festival Song/Deep Song/Errand into the Maze/Circe/Sketches from Chronicle
Martha Graham Dance Company
City Center
New York, NY
April 21, 2004

by Leigh Witchel


Gypsies, Hunchbacks, and Tambourines

New Jersey Ballet
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Newark, New Jersey
April 22, 2004

by Mary Cargill


Bite-Sized Dance

Choreographers in Action
San Francisco, California
April 23, 2004

By Rita Felciano



Rare Ashton, Balanchine and Tudor Works

Capriol Suite/A La Francaix/Designs With Strings/Solitude/Judgment of Paris
New York Theatre Ballet
Florence Gould Hall
New York, NY
April 23, 2004

by Mary Cargill


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Lisa Traiger
Marilyn Tucker
Meital Waibsnaider

Leigh Witchel


The Winter issue of Danceview is out!

Nancy Dalva:
The Long Goodbye
NYCB’s Opening Night

Marc Haegeman:
A Conversation with Laurent Hilaire
Etoile of the Paris Opera Ballet

Mary Cargil:l
Old Stories/New Ballets
Ballet Nacional de Cuba and American Ballet Theatre at City Center

Leigh Witchel:
Interpreters Archive and
Works in Process, Part 6:
Violette Verdy and Conrad Ludlow Coaching; Maria Tallchief and Frederic Franklin

Mary Cargill:
New York Report
Dance Theatre of Harlem, ABT Studio
Company, New York Theatre Ballet,
SAB Workshop

Jane Simpson:
London Report
Jonathan Burrows, Martha Graham, National Ballet of China, Birmingham
Royal Ballet, The Royal Ballet

Rita Felciano:
Bay Area Report
Hubbard Street, Alonzo King’s Lines, Oakland Ballet, Lily Cai Chinese Dance Company, AXIS Dance Company

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