The 87-year-old Yvonne Rainer, a founding member of Judson Dance Theater, continues to blur the boundaries between daily movement, text and dance—and, now, film—in a piece that she has said will be her final choreographic work. Projections from the 1941 musical Hellzapoppin’ and the 1933 French boarding-school drama Zero for Conduct form the backdrop for an investigation of systemic racism in America, performed by nine dancers.
There are too many incredible things to do in New York this Friday to spend it on the couch. Whether you want to rage at one of the best parties in NYC or if you’re interested in checking out free comedy shows, you have unlimited options. That’s why we decided to make the planning process easier for you by selecting the very best events that are guaranteed to show you a good time. Forget road trips, the best way to spend your Friday night is right here in NYC.
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