|The Dance Scene in New York
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|Author:||kurinuku [ Sun Oct 17, 2004 12:19 am ]|
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New York dancers in limbomore
by GIA KOURLAS
New York is also waiting to see how a slew of recent curatorial shifts at many downtown venues will pan out. It's just a guess, but the multidisciplinary space The Kitchen, with Debra Singer in charge, seems likely to be the most promising setting.
|Author:||kurinuku [ Wed Dec 28, 2005 7:06 am ]|
A Grand New Studio, and 6 to Sparemore...
by ERIKA KINETZ for the New York Times
WHEN it comes to the competition for New York City real estate, dance has often lost. This year, it won. Five new dance spaces have opened in Manhattan in the last year or so, and two more are in the works. Either the dance world is less impoverished than has long been thought, or else it has had a very lucky year.
"The trend has long been for spaces to migrate to the outer boroughs," said Steve Gross, the executive director of the Field, an artist-services organization based in Manhattan. "It seems like the tide is turning."
published: December 25, 2005
|Author:||kurinuku [ Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:51 am ]|
In Style or Grungy Lofts, Dance Creates its Futuremore...
by JOHN ROCKWELL for the New York Times
In the supposedly impoverished world of New York dance, where honorable artists are driven out of town or to the outermost outer boroughs or into the arms of academia, where choreographers can't pay the rent and creative energies have reportedly shifted to Europe, we find ourselves in the midst of an almost pharaonic building boom.
published: January 11, 2006
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