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Thursday, November 25, 2021

Kariamu Welsh, Pioneer of African Dance Studies, Dies at 72 by Penelope Green

Inspired by double Dutch jump rope moves she saw growing up in Brooklyn, she developed an influential dance technique based on archetypes found in African art.

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Sunday, June 13, 2021

Donald York, Musical Director of Paul Taylor Company, Dies at 73 by Penelope Green

Mr. York, a former child prodigy who was raised on jazz and choral music, wrote scores that matched Mr. Taylor’s eclectic choreography.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Nancy Lassalle, Longtime Promoter of Ballet, Dies at 93 by Penelope Green

In 1941 she studied at George Balanchine’s fledgling dance academy. She was not destined to be a ballerina, but she dedicated her life to Balanchine’s legacy.

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

René Buch, a Force in Spanish-Language Repertory Theater, Dies at 94 by Penelope Green

As a founder of the venerable Manhattan company Repertorio Español, Mr. Buch reimagined works both classic and contemporary.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Currents | Rooms: ‘Elective Affinities,’ a Play That Unfolds in a Real Town House by Penelope Green

Embedding the audience in a living room was crucial to the play “Elective Affinities,” but finding one was a challenge.

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