Yet as a choreographer
who inclines to abstraction, she harbored doubts.
The works -- ``TooT'' by Dutch choreographer
Didy Veldman and ``Noces'' by Flemish choreographer
Stijn Celis -- both involve clownlike figures in whiteface and circus makeup, and they both use benchlike set pieces.
AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE: These dancers will heat up an encore of gay choreographer
Robert Hill's Baroque Game with a cast of incredible male pyrotechnicians, and choreographer
Christian Holder will premiere his newest work, Weren't We Fools?
The sessions, June 17 and 24, are based on choreographer
Liz Lerman's Critical Response programs and will be led by Dale Andree, artistic director of Mary Street Dance Theatre and Roberta Kjelgaard of Miami Light Project.
In the first rehearsal of Tan Dun's production of The First Emperor, which has its world premiere this season, Levy takes notes as choreographer
Dou Dou Huang leads 50 dancers through a blend of martial arts and contemporary dance.
Modern dance choreographer
Garth Fagan has no time for angst.
ALONZO KING, Artistic Director and Choreographer
, LINES Ballet
I was an abstract, post-modernist; now I'm flirting with meaning,'' says the 47-year-old choreographer
Earlier that day, in a studio across town at Jefferson High School, choreographer
Josie Moseley explains to nine participants, "It's not a gesture of the hand.
Artistic director Gerald Arpino, who co-founded the company with the late Robert Joffrey in 1956, is a choreographer
who takes risks, creating controversial ballets that reflect life in American society, its problems, strengths and popular culture.
The Belgian choreographer
thrusts her eight black-clad dancers into a measured movement maelstrom, introducing and then developing thematic elements.
However, he first worked with master ballet choreographer
George Balanchine at New York City Ballet, and appeared in movies - co-starring in ``The Turning Point'' and tap dancing with Gregory Hines in ``White Nights.