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Highs and Lows of 2003


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#1 liebs

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Posted 28 December 2003 - 12:06 PM

Highs:

Noah Laracey and Nancy Lemanger in Never Gonna Dance on Broadway. Great choreography and they dance it beautifully. A must see for anyone who likes traditional Broadway choreography to a great score of Jerome Kern hits.

Twyla Tharp's company at the Joyce. I find her work continually inventive and she has fabulous dancers. I was happy to see both Stuart Capps and Emily Coates.

The growth of Michael Trusovic of the Paul Taylor Company. Always a good dancer, he has brought new depth to his roles, especially in Last Look, which remains a terrifying look at the worst in human nature. And the continued artistry of Patrick Corbin.


Lows:

Horrible choreography in Wicked.


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