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From Marcia Siegel in the Boston Phoenix:
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Susan Marshall in New Jersey, ....
.... Marshall builds up a dance from non-literal gestures, isolated body moves, and prop-induced activity. In Cloudless , pieces of furniture, scenery, and equipment are moved in and out of the space to provide settings for oblique dramas. A kind of coherence grows as actions and elements return, reconfigured, throughout.

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Small Pieces Assembled Into a Big Picture
by JENNIFER DUNNING for the New York Times

Susan Marshall made her name as a modern-dance choreographer with small, precise gestural dances that intensely evoked a story rather than told it. Then she opened out into dances filled with suggestive props and set elements. In "Cloudless," at Dance Theater Workshop, Ms. Marshall has returned to small-scale work, prompted, she says in a program interview, by the intimacy of the workshop's black-box theater.

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See the last part of Marcia Siegel's Boston Phoenix article for a review of Susan Marshall's new work "Name by Name": Eifman’s Seagull, plus [bjm_danse] and Susan Marshall


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From Marcia Siegel in the Boston Phoenix:
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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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[Susan Marshall's] Sawdust Palace, a 90-minute program of “featured acts,” displayed a reserved but romantic sensibility that suited the composer who could write heroic symphonies and sentimental parlor songs and everything in between.

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