Set to piano music by Rachmaninoff, Homage is a portrait of the turbulent inner life of Edgar Allan Poe as told through his poems, including “Alone,” “The Raven,” “The Bells,” “Annabelle Lee,” and “A Dream Within a Dream.”
An embodiment of the elegant joy and restrained sensuality of Gershwin’s piano music.
Based on her personal relationship with Mexican painters Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, Ms. Sokolow shaped an intimate portrait using dance, slides of Kahlo‘s paintings, and a score by Mexican composers.
A poetic mix of masked revelry and human yearning set to the music of Charles Ives, a composer whose dark and stringent sensibility was comparable to Ms. Sokolow’s view of life.
Using the music of Kurt Weill, this six-part dance combines the powerful impact of the understated Sokolow gesture with her ability to translate musical pulse and cadences into rhythmic expression.
Inspired by the paintings of the Belgian artist Rene Magritte, Ms. Sokolow created an extraordinary surrealist dance-theater piece that carries Magritte’s images into action.
One of Ms. Sokolow’s most handsome weavings into theater-dance of works of art and literature. A re-creation with brutal conviction of the writer’s sense of chill isolation in an overbearing world.