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 Post subject: Lincoln Center Festival 2004
PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2004 6:55 am 
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This Summer's Potpourri at Lincoln Center

By JENNIFER DUNNING
The New York Times
March 3, 2004

Lincoln Center Festival 2004 will pay homage to the choreographer Frederick Ashton this summer with a centennial retrospective performed by companies from England, the United States and Japan.
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ARTS: Shen Wei Dance Arts Alice Tully Hall, New York

By HILARY OSTLERE
The Financial Times
July 16, 2004

Shen Wei's dancers, clad in tight black body suits, their faces powdered to an anonymous luminosity, carry paintbrushes. As they roll and tumble they leave squiggly, swirling paint trails. They are the conduit for this Chinese-born choreographer, who aims to incorporate action painting with dance.
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The Stuff of Nightmares in a Kabuki Carnival Maze

By BEN BRANTLEY
The New York Times
July 20, 2004

Directed by Kushida Kazuyoshi, and starring the celebrated Kabuki actor Nakamura Kankuro, "Summer Festival" offers New Yorkers a jolting, healthy dose of cultural disorientation.
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Deconstructing Kabuki, Nakamura's Troupe Makes an Ancient Art Seem Postmodern

By MICHAEL FEINGOLD
The Village Voice
July 20, 2004

Kabuki, like other Japanese performing arts, began as a speedy, lively, vernacular show and slowed down over the centuries to become the stylized, hieratic form we imagine it to be today.
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Gods, Greeks and Ancient Shtick

By BEN BRANTLEY
The New York Times
July 23, 2004

Even the crème de la crème can curdle every now and then. Consider "The Frogs," which opened last night at the Vivian Beaumont Theater as part of the Lincoln Center Festival. This musical updating of a 1974 adaptation of Aristophanes' 2,400-year-old comedy of gods and playwrights has the highest concentration of blue-ribbon talent of any show now on Broadway.
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