Bill T. Jones and Eiko Otake: Opposites Guided by ‘Too-Much-Ness’

These two canonical dance artists, both now 70, share a willingness to take on weighty issues.

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A Choreographer Gives ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ a Makeover

In the postponed premiere of “Wednesday” at New York Live Arts, Raja Feather Kelly asks: “Who has the right to tell anyone’s story?”

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What’s a Dance Theater Without an Audience?

A food pantry or a place to vote — or a place to make dance with different expectations: “What we’ve taken off the table is the pressure of the result.”

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Make Some Noise and Move: A Choreographer Provides Instructions

“I really didn’t want it to be about the screen,” Yanira Castro said about adapting a work for the pandemic. Instead, she made scores to try at home.

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This Artist Proposes a Community Space ‘to Dream, to Imagine’

The poet and performance artist Jaamil Olawale Kosoko has reimagined his work “Chameleon” as a daylong virtual experience, “a global gesture in listening.”

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