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Agnes De Mille

First Nighter: "Paint Your Wagon" Revival Paints Town Red-Hot

David Finkle | Posted 05.19.2015 | Arts
David Finkle

When Paint Your Wagon was first done and record companies still actively scoured upcoming scores for chart-topping possibilities, the ones selected were "I Talk to the Trees" and "They Call the Wind Maria."

A Not So Brisk-and-Bright Allegro

Steven Suskin | Posted 01.19.2015 | Arts
Steven Suskin

Why can't they just do Broadway musicals the way the authors wrote them in the first place? is a not infrequent cry along the Rialto. If a show was a hit, if a show is a classic, why do modern producers, directors and book doctors insist on trying to make them better?

Keep New York City Dancing

Phil Chan | Posted 08.04.2013 | Arts
Phil Chan

We are more than tutus and tiaras when you want a night out on the town. We are New Yorkers. Living, working, making, learning, teaching. We pilot educational models that are replicated worldwide. We help maintain the city's reputation of being the dance capital of the planet.

Tudor's Ballet Dark Elegies Has Its Finger On the Pulse

Adria Rolnik | Posted 06.22.2013 | Arts
Adria Rolnik

Though created by Mr. Tudor in 1937, the ballet couldn't have been more current. Tudor described this work as his favorite ballet, and many consider it to be his greatest.

Did Mark Sanford And Maria Belen Chapur Fall Victim To The Dance?

Diane Tucker | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Diane Tucker

"It was innocent," insisted Mark Sanford, while recollecting his first encounter with Maria Belen Chapur on an Uruguayan dance floor. Oh, really?