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THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS TRANSITION: TALKING WITH PAM TANOWITZ, PART 2

by Sunday, February 14, 2016

In the first part of this interview, we discussed the different layers of tension in your work—the tension between pure form and emotional content. Can you talk about that tension in relation to your new work, the story progresses as if in a dream of glittering surfaces? Yes, I want to have it both ways. I’m interested ...

CRACKING THE CASE: TALKING WITH CHOREOGRAPHER PAM TANOWITZ, PART 1

by Friday, February 5, 2016

Let's talk about your upcoming show at The Joyce. I know you're presenting two works: one previous work, Heaven on One’s Head, and a premiere, the story progresses as if in a dream of glittering surfaces. What have you been focused on in the new piece? It’s important to challenge myself with dancers that I’ve worked with ...

QUIET AND BOLD: KYLE ABRAHAM TALKS ABOUT THE INSPIRATION BEHIND HIS WORK

by Monday, November 9, 2015

Although Kyle Abraham has performed at The Joyce before, this is his company’s first weeklong engagement there – a major milestone in the career of a young choreographer. “I’m crazy excited,” says Abraham. “One of the first performances I ever saw in New York was at The Joyce.” For Abraham, 38, there has been much to be excited about. To say he’s received ...