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A rotating cast makes for shifting interpretations of a PNB classic.
The choreographers work seems to emerge from a world without influence.
A charming (but not too retro) cabaret antidote to post-holiday stress.
Memories and fantasies spill out of Pat Graneys Mind.
With cameos by Edward Gorey and Thelonious Monk, this uni-gender festival satisfies.
Beforts blackouts and mannequin hands.
PNBs Robbins program speaks to the companys continuing evolution under Peter Boal.
Zoe Scofield takes traditional technique into the jungle.
PNBs dancers prove oddity and agility can mix.
An omnibus of choreography hits town
Tonya Lockyer writes her résumé with her feet
And for the most part, thats a good thing.
Two new pieces by favorite choreographers
The characters are burdened with tribulations that are almost biblical.
Lush, powerful combinations of ballet and modern
Art behind the hotel-room door
A dance cabaret remembers the six million
A beat they can dance to
But the young lovers are heartbreakingly believable.
PNB rotates its Romeo