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Paul Taylor Dance Company
Van Duzer Theatre
Apr 23 2017
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Paul Taylor Dance Company is one of its kind modern dance company of the US. It is one of the leading arts and social service institutions in NYC. The company was the brain child of choreographer Paul Taylor who tried to bring various forms and trends of American modern dance to public. It started off as a touring company in 1954 and became a big name of dance in a matter of few years. Since its beginning the company has performed across the globe in more than sixty countries. Each and every show by the company sold out at venues like the Paris Opera House, the Eisenhower Theatre and the Koch Theater. The company has kept the tradition of dedicating half a season to performing nationwide before going on to tours abroad. This spring, the Paul Taylor Dance Company tickets offer a superb chance to watch a brand new dance show. Make sure that you don’t miss out on it.
Paul Taylor was a very enthusiastic and ambitious dancer who performed for names like Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham and George Balanchine. He was always very creative and controlling in nature. Graham tagged him the “naughty boy of dance” who was able to prove himself as a visionary while working for her. For a few years Taylor worked hard, dancing for theaters and other local dance companies. He always dreamt of making his own dance company and realized it when his dance company staged its first show.
Three years after the Paul Taylor Dance Company started, one of its performances got outstanding dance reviews. It was a historic act where Taylor and a young dancer presented ultimate postmodern choreography. The duo got standing ovation as well has very strong reviews from critics. This incident brought recognition and more daring dancers like Taylor himself to the company. Bettie de Jong was one the most talented dancers of the company, she joined in 1962. Her stage presence and technique made him Taylor's best partner as well as the Rehearsal Director. She remained an active member of the company for thirty five years. Twyla Tharp came here in 1963, the two years spent at the company brought the best out of her. Christopher Gillis started in 1976 and stayed with the company for seventeen years. Other names that made big with and after leaving the company include David Parsons, Lila York, Dan Wagoner, Amy Marshall, Elizabeth Keen, Laura Dean and Senta Drive.
For sixty years Taylor has been choreographing wordless stories with powerful expressions and unforgettable characters. He makes dances with a team of dynamic creative minds. Together they believe in the power of contemporary dance and explore it every day. They involve audiences with the potency and universal approach of their signature dance. No wonder each season of the company gets huge praise and appreciation from the New York dance establishment.
Most recently the dance company has also been invited to present their latest work at the prestigious Lincoln Center. Some of Taylor’s most loved works are to presented here. The two classical repertoires Beloved Renegade and Roses as well as the new in line, The Uncommitted, Gossamer Gallants and House of Joy will be showcased there. They promise to portray the very essence of contemporary dance.
This season dance lovers will have the opportunity to see this groundbreaking modern dance company up close when his dancers give a mesmeric performance The show will have some of the best repertoire by Taylor: 3 Epitaphs presented in 1956 with the New Orleans jazz; Aureole staged in 1962 for Baroque music and became an icon for Taylor’s success; Brandenburgs presented in 1988 a celebration of live, love and good spirits; the most recent one is The Uncommitted which is a trip into human mind, heart and soul.
Most of the works scheduled for this season bring the true spirit of contemporary dance to life. The shows will have the minimal use of sets, costumes and effects and will paint a larger than life picture of the story. Taylor has always focused on telling the story with subtle gesture. He has also used more intimate music and sounds to make the dance more effective. No wonder his company’s works have showcased beautiful dance acts successfully, in five hundred cities around the world.
Audiences have loved Paul Taylor Dance Company and its works every time they have been staged. If you are a contemporary dance fan, grab Paul Taylor Dance Company tickets for the best dance shows of the season. Purchase them while supplies last.
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