Keigwin+Company at The Joyce Theater
The Joyce Theater
The company takes the Joyce stage with a program that captures Artistic Director Larry Keigwin’s electrifying brand of dance, displaying why his works have been called “intricate, neat, rapturous” (The New York Times). In the New York premiere of Panic, Keigwin performs his first solo in over a decade, set to an original score by composer Glen Fittin. Keigwin also debuts his curatorial prowess with the world premieres of the company’s first commissioned works by two young choreographic stars, Loni Landon and Adam Barruch, while K+C’s powerhouse dancers explore a fusion of the pedestrian and virtuosic in the acclaimed Sidewalk, a 2009 piece set to Steve Reich’s Double Sextet.
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