Time Out says
Posted: Mon Feb 22 2010
The intimate space, once a cinema, is a fine setting for dance. Of the 472 seats at the Joyce, there’s not a single bad one. Companies and choreographers who present work here, including Ballet Hispanico, David Parsons and Doug Varone, tend to be more conventional than experimental. The Joyce also hosts out-of-town crowd-pleasers like Pilobolus Dance Theatre. During the summer, when many theaters are dark, the Joyce continues its programming. At the Joyce Soho, emerging companies present work nearly every weekend. • Other location: Joyce Soho, 155 Mercer St between W Houston and Prince Sts (212-431-9233). Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; N, R to Prince St; 6 to Bleecker St. $15–$20. Cash only.
What's on at Joyce Theater
The company showcases the premiere of El Beso by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano for its two-week Joyce season. The piece, with costumes by Venezuelan designer Angel Sanchez, celebrates the kiss. The run also features artistic director Eduardo Vilaro's Hogar,...
The Cincinnati Ballet, led by artistic director Victoria Morgan, visits New York for the first time in 35 years. Its Joyce season highlights resident choreographer Adam Hougland's Hummingbird in a Box; Trey McIntyre's 2004 piece for the company, Chasing...
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The tap prodigy returns to the Joyce for another bout of riveting performances.
The company performs two new works and two classics. Dianne McIntyre choreographs a solo for 30-year company member Roxane D'Orleans Juste, and Seán Curran offers a collaboration with composers Manhattan Camerata. The Limón repertory pieces are Mazurkas...
Categories, Contemporary & experimental
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In Micro, four dancer-musicians "perform" a rock concert. Rigal uses the instruments—bass, keyboard, electric guitar and percussion—as movement props, as well as sources of sound. The multimedia experience is part of the DANSE festival.