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 Post subject: Doug Varone and Dancers
PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2005 8:42 am 
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Location: 65th and Broadway
October 5, 7, and 8 at 8:00

Rose Theater
Frederick P. Rose Hall
Broadway at 60th

Come to the beautiful Rose Theater to see the stunning world premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon's Orpheus and Euridice song cycle. The world is directed and choreographed by Doug Varone. Featured performers include Elizabeth Futral and Doug Varone and Dancers.

For tickets and details, call 212.721.6500 or visit lincolncenter.org.[/url]


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 Post subject: "Castles"
PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2006 4:14 am 
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Doug Varone and Dancers, Joyce Theater, New York
by HILARY OSTLERE for the Financial Times
published: November 2, 2006

Propelled by Prokofiev’s whirling Waltz Suite Op.110, based on his Cinderella score, the nine dancers in Castles, choreographed in 2004, surge across the stage with almost superhuman energy, driven compulsively by the music and Varone’s demanding choreography.

The pace never lets up in this, one of his most accomplished works for a company now celebrating its 20th anniversary.
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Crowded Out
by JOY GOODWIN for the Village Voice
published: May 29, 2007

Doug Varone makes thrilling, mesmerizing dances. In his ambitious new Dense Terrain, with which he marked both his company's 20th anniversary and his BAM debut, he also wears many other hats: coordinator of stage traffic (managing the continual shifts of three big movable walls); author of an unintelligible language; and director of a black-and-white film starring a fleshy madman.
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From Marcia Siegel in the Boston Phoenix:
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Postmodern cabaret
Susan Marshall and Doug Varone at Bard

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Spearheaded by Bard’s extraordinary musician-president, Leon Botstein, Summerscape and the Bard Music Festival this year are foraging around the theme of “Edward Elgar and His World.”
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Doug Varone’s company of eight accomplished modern dancers is in the public eye a lot these days, though his work is altogether more conventional. ....
Varone seems preoccupied with making extravagant movement, and the more literary ideas he talks about in interviews don’t make themselves evident on stage. What does strike me is the physical stamina and daring of the dancers.

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