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Paul Taylor

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  • Social media wrap: Michelle Obama's White House song and dance

     
    First Lady launches the first in a series of dance parties in the East Room of the White House as the Democrats get in line for the whole kabuki: The November mid-terms....
  • Good news for dance fans: a Miami City Ballet special is announced for PBS

     
    Miami City Ballet will get a national showcase when PBS airs a "Dance in America" program this spring of the company performing two works by George Balanchine and one by Twyla Tharp. There was a time when "Dance in America"......
  • Obamas to honor dancer Judith Jamison at White House celebration

     
    During their time in the White House, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have held events celebrating classical music, jazz, country music and Broadway. Now it's the dance world's turn to get its moment in the executive spotlight.......
  • Paul Taylor, always moving

     
    No matter where they live in the five boroughs, New Yorkers prize an address that lets them walk to work. For years, choreographer Paul Taylor commuted on foot between his 1820s federal-style townhouse in SoHo and his company's studio a......
  • Monster Mash: Operalia winners named; O'Neill Center to get a Tony; 'Little Miss Sunshine,' the musical

     
    --High notes: Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva and Romanian tenor Stefan Pop have taken the top prizes in Plácido Domingo's Operalia competition for young singers, which this year was held at Milan's storied La Scala. (Associated Press) --Play-maker: The...
  • The Over-40 Set

    The Over-40 Set
    Imagine getting fuel efficiency that reaches 40 mpg and beyond, on models that sell for thousands of dollars less than hybrids. Manufacturers have delivered just that with several new and redesigned gas-sipping rides for 2012 — many of them...
  • Artist mixed paint, sculpture, cast-offs

    Artist mixed paint, sculpture, cast-offs
    Robert Rauschenberg, the protean artist from small-town Texas whose imaginative commitment to hybrid forms of painting and sculpture changed the course of American and European art between 1950 and the early 1970s, died Monday night, according to New...
  • The green god isnt dead

    As Gregory Rodriguez notes in his column, environmentalism has become a secular proxy religion. And it's growing faster than any of the world's traditional beliefs. Sadly, Rodriguez fails to note that the productive scientific motives and technologies...
  • Keira Knightley in 'The Misanthrope' in London: What did the critics think?

     
    In Britain, an actor isn't really an actor unless he or she has performed on stage. And so it came to pass this week that film star Keira Knightley made her theatrical debut in a West End production of "The......
  • The 'Phantom' sequel 'Love Never Dies' in London: What did the critics think?

     
    After years of anticipation by some -- and dread by others -- "Love Never Dies," Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to his mega-smash, "The Phantom of the Opera," opened Tuesday night at the Adelphi Theatre in London. "Phantom," which premiered in......
  • 'Sweet Charity'

    'Sweet Charity'
    Since first produced more than 40 years ago, "Sweet Charity" has undergone an unfortunate metamorphosis from the sweetly sentimental to the downright treacly. Granted, Cy Coleman's music and Dorothy Fields' lyrics combine in some memorable standards ("...