Marcia B. Siegel writes in The Boston Phoenix (Oct. 31 - Nov. 7, 2002):
Theater is always a reflection of the audience somehow, awakening our desire, nostalgia, faith. By coincidence, the Paul Taylor dance company, where Twyla Tharp started her career back in the ’60s, came to Boston’s Shubert Theatre last weekend as part of the FleetBoston Celebrity Series, offering us modern dance in polished, digestible portions. Taylor has a decade’s head start on Tharp, and I guess he’s resting on his success. His choreography seems to have settled into a comfortable, almost atrophied seniority. Maybe you can’t keep reinventing your movement vocabulary, but Taylor doesn’t seem to have had any new thoughts at all recently.
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