Isn’t it very interesting “A Look At Black Classicism: Dance Theatre Of Harlem” was written by A. Peter Bailey and published by “Routes” some 37 years ago? The topic of the aesthetic of the African-American physiognomy was equally pertinent then as it is presently. The Serena … Read More
June 3—June 6, 2015 Peter Jay Sharp Building BAM Howard Gilman Opera House 30 Lafayette Avenue Brooklyn Program A comprises Johan Inger’s Rain Dogs, a series of whimsical relationship portraits set to a score by Tom Waits; a new work by … Read More
For those of you who have never seen Dance Theatre of Harlem, Enjoy! For those of you who did not go to City Center to see the entire show, here’s a part of what you missed.