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by JUDITH MACKRELL for the Guardianl

And as you try to track her dancers though the rules of each work, the experience is as intellectually enthralling as it is beautiful to watch.

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A new offering from Trisha Brown doesn’t stand up to close scrutiny, says Clifford Bishop in The Sunday Times


The seven dancers wear red or blue unitards fitted with motion sensors that trigger infrared cameras overhead and, in the process, computer-generate a kind of giant screensaver projected on the air in front of them. There the similarity should end. Brown has never been interested in messages or narratives.

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By Jann Parry for The Observer


Though the American high priestess of postmodern dance can do joy and humour, they were in short supply this time round. The overall impression was of resolute worthiness, tweaked up to date with newish technology. Anyone turned on to contemporary dance by Mark Baldwin's delirious Constant Speed the previous week at the Wells would have been turned right off again.

Yet Baldwin took on big ideas, including Einstein's concept of Brownian motion. Yes, I'm labouring wordplay here to try to lighten Trisha Brown's experiments with space, time and gravity. She starts promisingly enough with Glacial Decoy (1979), which includes a phantom decoy dancer and daffy-duck skitterings as if landing on ice.

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In the New York Times, Alastair Macaulay reviews an April 2009 program of the Trisha Brown Dance Company at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Included is the New York premiere of a work created by Trisha Brown for Paris Opera Ballet dancers.

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The Trisha Brown Dance Company will appear at Seattle's Meany Hall on the University of Washington campus as part of the World Dance Series, Thursday through Saturday, March 31 through April 2, 2011. Michael Upchurch previews the performance in the Seattle Times.

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Michael Upchurch reviews the March 31, 2011 performance of the Trisha Brown Dance Company at the University of Washington's Meany Hall in the Seattle Times.

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Trisha Brown announces that two new works that will be premiered in January 2013 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music will be the final new works of her career. Jennifer Schuessler reports for the New York Times.

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In the New York Times, Alex Witchel interviews Trisha Brown company dancer Stuart Shugg.

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In the New York Times, Daniel J. Wakin reports that Trisha Brown will relinquish the leadership of her company due, in part, to a series of small strokes that have rendered communication difficult.

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Roslyn Sulcas reviews the Trisha Brown Dance Company in Lyon, France for the New York Times.

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