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#1 Dale

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Posted 12 May 2014 - 05:59 AM

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THE JOYCE THEATER

ANNOUNCES ITS 2014-2015 FALL / WINTER SEASON

 

New York, New York, May 12, 2014 Linda Shelton, Executive Director of The Joyce Theater, announced today the organization’s programming for its 2014-2015 fall/winter season, launching September 9 with the New York premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s extravagant production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, danced by the magnificent dancers of the National Ballet of Canada at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center.

 

Ballet will also be highlighted   throughout The Joyce’s season in its landmark Chelsea home, with audience favorites like Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Aspen Santa Fe Ballet on the roster.  Especially exciting performances by principals and soloists from the renowned Royal Danish Ballet will follow the ever-delightful Les Ballets de Trockadero de Monte Carlo, returning for its bi-annual holiday engagement.  Moving beyond ballet to contemporary dance, the season will include Complexions Dance Company, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, Doug Varone and Dancers, and Parsons Dance, all of whom have danced on The Joyce stage for many years, and Russell Maliphant, who returns for the second time.  Also on tap will be a shared week by the New York-based doug elkins choreography, etc. and BODYTRAFFiC, from Los Angeles.  The season has an international focus, too, with the return of Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca, from Spain, Nederlands Dans Theater 2, and the New York debut of Cia. Unión Tanguera, with roots in both Argentina and France.  Closer to home, the New York-based American Dance Machine for the 21st Century will perform choreography from revered Broadway shows.

 

The following is a complete roster of companies who will be appearing at The Joyce Theater this fall and winter.

 

Christopher Wheeldon’s
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
The National Ballet of Canada


David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center

September 9–14

Tuesday-Thursday 7:30pm; Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Tickets are $35-$145 and can be arranged through DavidHKochTheater.com

or by calling 212-496-0600

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

The Joyce is thrilled to open its fall season with the National Ballet of Canada’s performance of Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and to bring this astonishing piece to New York for the first time.   Combining a “scenic spectacle of unprecedented extravagance” with “the extraordinary skill, versatility and spirit of the Canadian dancers” (Los Angeles Times), Wheeldon’s interpretation of Lewis Carroll’s immortal story is a true fantasia of dance.  Experiencing this magnificent production on the Koch Theater stage is the perfect way to appreciate the startlingly beautiful sets and costumes by Tony Award winner Bob Crowley and the sublime score by the talented British composer Joby Talbot.  Without doubt, this Alice is a brilliant theatrical gift. A co-production of The National Ballet of Canada and The Royal Ballet (UK).

Cia. Unión Tanguera

 

 

Nuit Blanche

September 23­October 5

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2 & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, October 1

Tickets: $10-$49 (Joyce Members $26-$37)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates (212) 944-9444

Cia. Unión Tanguera, the celebrated French/Argentinean company, is an ensemble of extraordinary dancers and musicians who weave together sensuality and human emotion through the dance and music of contemporary and traditional Argentinean tango. Set to classic tango recordings and original compositions played live by a quartet of Buenos Aires’ finest musicians, Nuit Blanche (Sleepless Night) examines with humor the desires and fears that are revealed in the course of a late-night milonga.  Supported by The R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

 

Pacific Northwest Ballet

October 8­12

Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm;

Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Thursday, October 9

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Heralded for its artistic excellence and creativity, Pacific Northwest Ballet performs a sensational program that features the New York premieres of works by Christopher Wheeldon and Alejandro Cerrudo.  Wheeldon’s Tide Harmonic, an enchanting work performed by four couples, is set to a score for chamber orchestra of the same name by British composer Joby Talbot. Cerrudo’s Memory Glow, a Joyce commission and the first piece that the choreographer has created for Pacific Northwest Ballet, is characterized by smooth, fluid movement that highlights the dancers’ masterful technique.

 

 

Lar Lubovitch Dance Company

October 15­19

Wednesday 7pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm;

Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Thursday, October 16

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: Janet Stapleton, (212) 633-0016

The internationally renowned Lar Lubovitch Dance Company follows its highly successful 45th anniversary season with the world premiere of a major new dance to be accompanied by live music. The company is uniformly praised for its supremely gifted dancers and its devotion to live music, and Lubovitch’s dances are likewise famous for their musicality, rhapsodic style and sophisticated formal structures. “Lar Lubovitch’s choreography is a thrilling sight…ravishing the eye…telling stories both complicated and mysterious.”  (The New Yorker).
This new dance by one of America’s master choreographers is supported in part by the National Dance Project.

 

 

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

October 22­26

Wednesday-Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Dance Chat: Thursday, October 23

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: Andre Bouchard, (970) 925-7175 

For nearly two decades, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet has created cutting-edge global choreography from a base in the American West. The company returns for a seventh Joyce season with its winning stable of dancers, a stellar choreographic roster, and an unwavering commitment to advancing the art form through its unique brand of contemporary ballet. ASFB’s high-octane offerings­Cayetano Soto’s evocative Beautiful Mistake, Ji í Kylián’s seminal and rarely performed Return to a Strange Land, and Nicolo Fonte’s exuberant work, The Heart(s)pace, promise a program of compelling and innovative dance.

 

 

Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca

Noche Flamenca y Antigona

October 29­November 9

Tuesday (Nov 4 only)-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Sunday (Nov 2 only) 7:30pm 

Dance Chat:  Thursday, October 30

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Following well-deserved critical accolades for her previous Joyce seasons, Soledad Barrio and her astounding company, Noche Flamenca, come back with Noche Flamenca y Antigona, featuring a night of flamenco with excerpts from Sophocles’ tragic tale.  Again the company performs to live music, propelling the dancers to an incredible height of drama that “goes straight for the expressive tension that seems to be at flamenco’s very heart” (The New York Times) and elicits cheers from sold out houses of loyal fans.  Supported by The R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

 

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century

November 11­16

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, November 12

Family Matinee: Saturday, November 15 2pm

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: Helene Davis Public Relations, (212) 354-7436

A living archive of musical theater dance, American Dance Machine for the 21st Century (ADM21) was founded by Artistic Producer Nikki Feirt Atkins. With Margo Sappington as Artistic Director, to date ADM21 has reconstructed original choreography from such revered musicals as Contact, A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Big Deal, and Promises, Promises.  On tap for its Joyce debut is an enchanting program featuring live music and special guest stars who will present the best of classic show-stopping musical theater dance.

 

 

Complexions Dance Company

November 18­30

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday 7pm; Friday 8pm

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, November 19

Gala: Thursday, November 20

For Tickets: 212-777-7771

No performance on Thanksgiving, Nov 27

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: TBD

Featuring choreography by Dwight Rhoden that “grabs the viewer by the eyeballs and refuses to let go” (Dance Magazine), Complexions celebrates its 20th Anniversary season by showcasing the diversity of its repertory and the brilliance of its artists. On a program of repertory favorites and premieres, Artistic Directors Rhoden and Desmond Richardson salute the company’s inaugural 1994 performance with appearances by special guest artists, including the phenomenal Desmond Richardson.  Highlights include the premiere of Rhoden’s The Groove, set to the music of legendary New Orleans jazz musician Terence Blanchard, and Rhoden classics like Hissy Fits and Ave Maria. Completing the program are Surface, the 2008 work by Jae Man Joo, a new work by Marcelo Gomez, and the ballet Duo by William Forsythe.

 

 

Doug Varone and Dancers

December 2­7

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, December 3

Tickets: $10-$49 (Joyce Members $26-$37)

Gala: Tuesday, December 2; For Tickets: 212-279-3344

Press Contact: Jenny Lerner, (212) 486-7229

Whether he is creating dazzling, complex whirlwinds of movement or tracing the interior landscape of terse gesture, an indelible humanity lives at the core of Doug Varone’s world. The company returns to The Joyce with three New York premieres, including Symmetry and Narrative, a work set to Christopher Rouse’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Trombone Concerto that explores dynamic new territory.

Russell Maliphant

 

 

Still Current

December 9­14

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, December 10

Tickets: $10-$49 (Joyce Members $26-$37)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

A program of works created by acclaimed choreographer Russell Maliphant, Still Current features newly created duets, trios, and solos danced by Russell Maliphant and his remarkable company, including Thomasin Gülgeç, Dickson Mbi, and Carys Staton, all of whom recently stunned audiences in Maliphant’s The Rodin Project.  The award winning solos Afterlight (Part One) and Two are also on tap.  A diverse physical language links the pieces, integrating vocabulary from contemporary, ballet, and martial arts.  Performances feature outstanding lighting by long-time Maliphant collaborator Michael Hulls, musical compositions by Erik Satie and Armand Amar, and new music by Andy Cowton and Mukul.  Produced by Sadler’s Wells, with funding from the Arts Council England.  Supported by The R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

 

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo

December 16­January 4

Program A December 16-17, 29-30 7:30pm;

December 26-27, January 2 8pm; December 27-28 3pm;

December 31 5pm

Program B December 18-20, January 3 8pm;

December 20-21, 24, January 3-4 3pm; December 23 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, December 17

No performances on December 25 or January 1

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

The internationally adored Trocks, the all-male troupe who risk comfort for brilliant pointe work, achieve “the perfect balance of tribute and sendup” (The Washington Post) as they tread lightly through the classics of ballet.  For its 40th anniversary year, the company is guaranteed to bring down the house with two programs featuring some of its most beloved productions­Go For Barocco, ChopEniana, Don Quixote, and Swan Lake, as well as the New York premiere of excerpts from the delightful La Naiade et Le Pecheur, which made its world premiere in London in 1843.  More than 170 years later, the Trocks bring it back for more.

 

 

BODYTRAFFiC

January 6­10

Tuesday 7:30pm; Thursday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm

Dance Chat: Thursday, January 8

Tickets: $10-$25

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Founded in 2007, Los Angeles-based BODYTRAFFiC was named one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2013 and was praised by the Los Angeles Times for its “most hopeful combination of choreographic and performing excellence.”  The Joyce program includes Dust by Hofesh Shechter, the Israeli-born British-based choreographer known for his blunt, earthy style, and a new work by Victor Quijada, the Montreal-based choreographer whose work blends break dancing and ballet.

 

 

doug elkins choreography, etc.

January 7­11

Wednesday 7:30pm; Friday 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Friday, January 9

Tickets: $10-$25

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

“One of the most musical, witty and inventive choreographers of his generation,” (The New York Times), Doug Elkins comes back to The Joyce with the New York premiere of HAPLESS BIZARRE, a delightful dance for six performers including a new vaudevillian, which explores the intersections between physical comedy, choreography, flirtation, and romance; and MO(OR)TOWN/REDUX, which revisits, as only Elkins can, both Shakespeare’s Othello and Jose Limón’s seminal modern dance work The Moor’s Pavane.

 

 

The Royal Danish Ballet: Principals and Soloists

January 13­18

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, January 14

Tickets: $10-$49 (Joyce Members $26-$37)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Sixty years after The Royal Danish Ballet’s U.S. debut, principals and soloists from this internationally renowned company perform a fantastic program featuring excerpts from works by August Bournonville, the acclaimed 19th century Royal Danish Ballet choreographer and ballet master who created more than fifty works for the company.   A highlight of the Joyce season, this engagement promises to be a memorable one.  Supported by The R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

 

Parsons Dance

January 21­February 1

Tuesday (January 27 only)-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Dance Chat: Thursday, January 22

Family Matinee: Saturday, January 31

Tickets: $10-$59 (Joyce Members $26-$44)

Press Contact: TBD

New Orleans takes center stage as David Parsons presents a New York premiere set to music by the legendary Allen Toussaint.   The company known for its sexy athleticism and stunning ensemble work also performs the world premiere of a work by former Parsons dancer, and Generation NOW Fellow, Natalie Lomonte. Also on tap­Bachiana, a humorous look at the formality and grandeur of baroque tradition set to Bach, and the perennial favorite Caught. Four family-friendly matinees will feature repertory for dance fans of all ages and a special opportunity to meet the dancers.

 

 

Nederlands Dans Theater 2

February 3­8

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm;

Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Dance Chat: Wednesday, February 4

Tickets: $10-$49 (Joyce Members $26-$37)

Press Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

One of the most revolutionary contemporary dance companies in the world, this ensemble of raging young talents was founded in 1978 as an internal training ground for the highly respected Nederlands Dans Theater.  Its Joyce season, the first in five years, promises to be a spectacular one, featuring the witty Shutters Shut and the expressive Subject to Change by NDT’s house choreographers, Artistic Director Paul Lightfoot and Artistic Advisor Sol León; I new then by NDT Associate Choreographer Johan Inger; and Sara, a provocative work by Israeli choreographers Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar.  Supported by The R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

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DANCE CHATS

The Joyce Theater holds free post-performance dialogues with artistic directors and/or company members following the performance on the first Wednesday of each company’s engagement unless otherwise noted.  These dialogues are open to all audience members attending that evening’s performance.

 

FAMILY MATINEES

Created to help build dance audiences for the future, The Joyce’s popular family-oriented performance series will return this fall with three family-friendly matinees, each followed by a special chance to meet the artists.  Kids’ tickets are only $10.  Children who see both of the family matinees automatically become Joyce Junior Members and save 40% on the price of their tickets ($10 reduced to $6).  Children, ages 6-14, must be accompanied by an adult (maximum four kids to one grownup).  Joyce Junior Members get a special “Backstage-at-the-Joyce” tour, a T-shirt and gift coupons.

This fall/winter season’s Family Matinee series is as follows (Kids (ages 6-14) must be accompanied by an adult):

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century – Saturday, November 15 at 2pm

Parsons Dance – Saturday, February 1 at 2pm

 

DANCE TALKS AT DANY STUDIOS

The Joyce Theater will continue its popular “Dance Talks” series in the fall.  These conversations between artists and audiences – moderated by dance scholars, writers, artists and other experts in the field – provide an informal, but in-depth examination of issues shaping dance today.  The following are scheduled for the 2014-2015 fall & winter season:

Cia. Unión Tanguera – Monday, September 15

Russell Maliphant – Monday, December 1

The Royal Danish Ballet: Principals and Soloists – Monday, January 5

Nederlands Dans Theater 2 – Monday, January 26

“Dance Talks” are free and take place at DANY Studios (305 West 38th Street, at 8th Avenue).  Reservations are required and can be arranged by calling (646) 792-8377.

 

ABOUT THE JOYCE THEATER

The Joyce Theater Foundation, a non-profit organization, has proudly served the dance community and its audiences for three decades. The founders, Cora Cahan and Eliot Feld, acquired and renovated the Elgin Theater in Chelsea, which opened as The Joyce Theater in 1982. The Joyce Theater is named in honor of Joyce Mertz, beloved daughter of LuEsther T. Mertz. It was LuEsther’s clear, undaunted vision and abundant generosity that made it imaginable and ultimately possible to build the theater. One of the only theaters built by dancers for dance, The Joyce Theater has provided an intimate and elegant home for more than 320 domestic and international companies. The Joyce has also commissioned more than 130 new dances since 1992.  In 2009, The Joyce opened Dance Art New York (DANY) Studios to provide affordable studios for rehearsals, auditions, classes, and workshops for independent choreographers, non-profit dance companies, and the dance/theater communities. New York City public school students and teachers annually benefit from The Joyce’s Dance Education Program, and adult audiences get closer to dance through pre-engagement Dance Talks and post-performance Dance Chats. The Joyce Theater now features an annual season of approximately 48 weeks with over 340 performances for audiences in excess of 135,000.

 

TICKET PRICES AND MEMBER INFORMATION

To become a Joyce Member, ticket buyers simply purchase tickets to four different companies at the same time and they automatically save 25% on tickets (not applicable for $10 or $19 tickets).  Joyce Members are entitled to the 25% discount on additional tickets purchased throughout the season – until August 2015.  For more information on becoming a Joyce Member, please visit www.Joyce.org or call JoyceCharge at 212-242-0800. Single ticket prices range from $10-$75.  Tickets can be purchased by calling JoyceCharge at 212-242-0800, in person at the Box Office (Monday - Friday 12-6pm), or online by visiting www.Joyce.orgPlease note: ticket prices are subject to change.  The Joyce Theater is located at 175 Eighth Avenue (at 19th Street).

 

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Leadership support for The Joyce Theater’s 2014–2015 season has been received from the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust.

 

Major support for The Joyce has been provided by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Pasculano Foundation, The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, and The Shubert Foundation.  Additional major support has been provided by First Republic Bank, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, and The Jerome Robbins Foundation.

 

The co-presenting sponsors of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland are Thomson Reuters and TD Bank Group.

 

Lead support for the presentation of Pacific Northwest Ballet has been provided by the Rudolf Nureyev Dance Foundation.  Additional lead support has been provided by The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation and Stanton Public Relations & Marketing.

 

The Joyce Theater’s Fall ’14/Winter ’15 season is supported by a grant award from the National Endowment for the Arts; and made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; as well as supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

 

The presentations of Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca, BODYTRAFFIC, and doug elkins choreography, etc. were made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

Performances at The Joyce Theater by national and international dance companies are supported, in part, through a generous endowment established by the Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund.  The Joyce’s Commissioning Program is supported, in part, by the Stephen and Cathy Weinroth Fund for New Work and the Rudolf Nureyev Dance Foundation.  The Joyce’s presentations of international dance companies are supported, in part, by The R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.  The Joyce’s Dance Education Program is supported, in part, by the Charles E. Culpeper Endowment Fund and the Constance Sanders Fund for Dance Education.  Additional support is provided by a generous endowment established with funds from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust, and many friends of The Joyce.

 

JOYCE THEATER FALL ’14 / WINTER ‘15 DANCE SEASON

September 9­14                                                                        

The Joyce at Lincoln Center: ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND

Tickets: $35 - $145                                                                      

DavidHKochTheater.com or 212-496-0600 to purchase tickets

 

 

September 23­October 5        

Cia. Unión Tanguera: Nuit Blanche*

Tickets: $10 - $49 (Joyce Members $26; $37)    

                  

October 8­12

Pacific Northwest Ballet*                                                                    

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)

 

October 15­19

Lar Lubovitch Dance Company                                                                           

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)
 

October 22­26

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet                                                                           

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)

 

October 29­November 9  

Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca / Noche Flamenca y Antigona*

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)           

           

November 11­16

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)                      

 

November 18­30

Complexions Dance Company

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)

 

December 2­7

Doug Varone and Dancers

Tickets: $10 - $49 (Joyce Members $26; $37)

 

December 9­14

Russell Maliphant: Still Current*

Tickets: $10 - $49 (Joyce Members $26; $37) 

                     

December 16­January 4

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo*

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)                       

 

January 6­10

BODYTRAFFiC *

Tickets: $10 - $25

 

January 7­11

doug elkins choreography, etc.*

Tickets: $10 - $25 

         

January 13­18

The Royal Danish Ballet: Principals and Soloists*

Tickets: $10 - $49 (Joyce Members $26; $37)   

                   

January 21­February 1

Parsons Dance

Tickets: $10 - $59 (Joyce Members $26; $44)

 

February 3­8

Nederlands Dans Theater 2*

Tickets: $10 - $49 (Joyce Members $26; $37)

 

Prices and programs subject to change

 



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Posted 12 May 2014 - 06:14 AM

Thanks for this. Most of the ballet portions of the season look great (especially Royal Danish). However, the Canadians coming with only kiddie fare ALICE...really?

 

Of all venues, I wouldn't expect the Joyce to pander 'family-friendly fare'...maybe the Met, Koch or City Center. What's next: a DRACULA or PETER PAN at the Joyce?



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Posted 12 May 2014 - 09:47 AM

While I think there are strengths and weaknesses in Wheeldon's Alice, I wouldn't describe it as "only" for children. 



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Posted 12 May 2014 - 11:25 PM

Nice to have Lar Lubovitch Dance company and Danish Ballet in NY!




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