Garth Fagan Dance at The Joyce Theater
The Joyce Theater
The Fagan aesthetic—“balletic rigor and precision in conjunction with a desultory looseness of body and unbridled bursts of energy” (The New York Times)—is on display when the company returns to The Joyce with a terrific program of new pieces by Garth Fagan and Norwood Pennewell and some of Fagan’s best work throughout the years: Passion Distanced, from 1987; No Evidence of Failure, from 2013; and Mudan from 2009, “quite possibly one of the finest works Mr. Fagan has created.” — The New York Times
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