Tag: PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY
If I quench thee, thou flaming minister… I know not where is that Promethean heat/That can thy light relume. — Othello, Act V, Scene II — This year’s American Dance Festival in Durham, NC, which is presenting Two Different Programs of Classic Paul Taylor Dance!, is dedicated to Paul Taylor, one of our most accomplished… Read More ›
With over 144 iconic works in his repertoire, Paul Taylor is one of the most powerful choreographers of the world’s spirit, so it’s not surprising that the Friday night performance, July 29th, at the Durham Performing Arts Center filled the theater with an enthusiastic audience of dancers, choreographers, and Taylor aficionados. The American Dance Festival… Read More ›
It was the first time I’d seen Paul Taylor Dance Company live. It’s simply never worked with my schedule to be there. (Last year when they were performing at ADF I was watching the world’s greatest tap dancers in Chicago.) I’ve heard the company recommended as a great introduction to modern dance, especially for those… Read More ›
The American Dance Festival (ADF) breezes into week five of its 77th season exploring What is Dance Theater? with two ADF-commissioned World Premieres by Rosie Herrera Monday-Wednesday, July 12-14 at Reynolds Industries Theater at Duke University and the venerable Paul Taylor Dance Company at the Durham Performing Arts Center Thursday-Saturday, July 15-17.