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 Volume 2, Number 37  October 4,  2004            The weekly online supplement to DanceView magazine

This week

From New York:
Mindy Aloff's Letter from New York (Jose Limon Company)
City Center's Fall for Dance Festival, reviewed by Nancy Dalva and Susan Reiter.
Big Dance Theater, reviewed by Susan Reiter

From San Francisco:
Brenda Way and ODC, reviewed by Ann Murphy
The National Ballet of Canada, reviewed by Paul Parish
Fling, reviewed by Rita Felciano

From Edinburgh:
Antony Tudor's Ballets, reviewed by John Percival

Want to catch up? If you missed an issue or two during the busy weeks, you can browse back issues or the writer's index.  (The index of reviews will be updated next week.)

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Mindy Aloff's
Letter from New York

José Limón Dance Company

ast Letters

City Center's Fall for Dance Festival

Falling in Love
September 28-29, 2004

by Nancy Dalva

The Old and the New
September 30; October 1-3, 2004

by Susan Reiter

September 28-30; October 1-3, 2004

by Nancy Dalva

Edinburgh Festival
Ballet West and Rambert Dance Company
Britain's Neglected Creator

by John Percival

National Ballet of Canada
Apollo and three ballets by James Kudelka
Canadian Ballet

by Paul Parish

Brenda Way
ODC Unplugged

"something about a nightingale"

by Ann Murphy

Big Dance Theater
"Plan B"

Mysterious, Imaginative Plan B

by Susan Reiter

An Informal, Exciting Mix

by Rita Felciano





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Mindy Aloff
Dale Brauner
Mary Cargill
Christopher Correa
Clare Croft
Nancy Dalva
Rita Felciano
Marc Haegeman
George Jackson
Gia Kourlas
Sali Ann Kriegsman
Alexander Meinertz
Tehreema Mitha
Gay Morris
Ann Murphy
Paul Parish
John Percival
Susan Reiter
Jane Simpson
Alexandra Tomalonis(Editor)
Lisa Traiger
Meital Waibsnaider

Kathrine Sorley Walker
Leigh Witchel
David Vaughan


The Summer issue of Danceview is out!

Rita Felciano
San Francisco Ballet’s 2004 Season

Andrea Amort
A century of modern dance in Vienna

Marc Haegeman
“Dance Doesn’t Have the Duty of Pleasing”
An Interview with Nicolas LeRiche, danseur-étoile of the Paris Opera

Mary Cargill
The Vision, The Vision

Carol Pardo
Miami City Ballet
Balanchine, and more, in Miami

Denise Sum
National Ballet of Canada
A New Cinderella and farewell to Sexy Rexy

And our regular reports from New York (Gay Morris), London (Jane Simpson) and San Francisco (Rita Felciano)

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