Of Community & Constants: Two Decades of EvidenceBy Corey Harrower
In its 20th anniversary run at the Joyce Theater, Ronald K. Brown/Evidence presented six works whose most resonant effects stem from the performers’ precision and strength.
Reminicising on EvidenceBy Cynthia Oliver
_“As reviewer Corey Harrower discusses, Ronald K. Brown/Evidence is all about community. The Rail asked some Evidence alumni to reflect back on their time with the company, and, what becomes quite clear here, is not only Brown’s commitment to dance that explores African American experience, but his penchant for fostering community and even a sense of the spiritual among his dancers.
Everyones Invited to Dance: The Mark Morris Dance Group Celebrates its 25th Anniversary, Brooklyn-StyleBy Carley Petesch
Joe Bowie, a dancer with the Mark Morris Dance Group for 16 years, sees the troupes Fort Greene home as maternal. David Leventhal, a nine-year company member and repertory teacher, calls it mysterious.
An Open Letter to James C. Nicola, Artistic Director of New York Theater Workshop by No Passport
We, the undersigned, write you in the spirit of friendship and collegiality regarding your recent decision to postpone New York Theater Workshop's production of My Name is Rachel Corrie by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner. We are heartened to hear of your continued commitment to the play and we urge you to continue with production as soon as possible.