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Performer: Andrea Miller

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New York CityNew Works Festival

Bell, Schnittke, Jara, Akinmusire, Thile
Sidra Bell; Pam Tanowitz; Russell Janzen; Andrea Miller; Jamar Roberts; Justin Peck; New York City Ballet; Caitlin Taylor; Ghaleb Kayali; Emily Kikta; Mira Nadon
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Pioneering spirit: Martha Graham Dance Company's triumphant return

The feeling at the end of the evening was one of triumph, with the future of the Martha Graham Dance Company looking as optimistic as the frontier couple in Appalachian Spring.
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Couture and choreography square off (again) at New York City Ballet

Several important firsts at New York City Ballet: two female choreographers; the first black female choreographer; the first collaboration between a female choreographer and female composer. But the longstanding practice of pairing choreographers with fashion designers continues to prove problematic.  
***11
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NYCB tries pandemic choreography

New York City Ballet ends its Fall Digital Season with a festival of new choreography, including works by Justin Peck and Pam Tanowitz. 
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Gallim's To Create a World Disturbs and Intrigues At the Same Time

To Create a World creates a dystopian world that confuses as much as it answers. Miller's movement has a strong individual voice with constant movement and go-for-broke physicality.
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Extreme physicality and inexplicable happiness: Blush with Andrea Miller's Gallim dancers

Andrea Miller’s Gallim dancers, in Wednesday night’s showing of Blush, seemed to teeter wonderfully on the edge of physicality’s limits, even as the emotionally exhausting piece came to an abrupt and incongruous ending.In Ms Miller’s work, the dancers are clothed in modern-day wrestling or gladiator gear (costume design by Jose Solis), with their faces and bodies covered by a fine, white dusting.
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