Darrell Wood review of Odes: nydancestuff
“The dance maintains a grandeur befitting its ancient Greek subject.” – Brian Seibert.
“‘Odes’ remains a luminous work deserving a place of honor.”
Review from the Kansas City Contemporary Company’s performance:
This afternoon’s performance was absolutely magnificent! The music, the costumes, the choreography, the dancers, the lighting—everything worked together perfectly to create what I can only call a peak experience!
By Gia Kourlas: “For the venerable Anna Sokolow, who would have been 100 this year — she made it to 90 — art wasn’t an understated or passive act, but something meant to be a reflection and a comment on contemporary life. In a program celebrating her centennial from Sokolow Theater/Dance Ensemble, which opened on [...]
Sokolow Ensemble artistic director, with the assistance of company members Samantha Geracht and Lauren Naslund, staged Anna Sokolow’s Rooms and From the Diaries of Franz Kafka on students at the Boston Conservatory, which they performed in February 2010. From Marcia Siegel’s review: “For today’s young dancers, who are focused on technical skills, vintage material like [...]