With seventy years of dance-making from which to choose, Paul Taylor Dance Company has many
highlights to celebrate.
|“Company B” is a personal favorite. Photo by Paul B. Goode|
The 2013 PTDC season, starting March 5th at the David H. Koch Theatre at Lincoln Center, gives us the world premiere of Taylor’s 138th work and a New York premiere of “To Make Crops Grow,” just as part of the festivities. Can’t tell you what this pieces look like, but you know they will have all the pop and eclecticism for which Paul Taylor is famous.
On March 6th, the 25th anniversaries of “Speaking in Tongues” and “Brandenburgs” mean $5 seats for all! PTDC also brings back “Scudorama” on its 50th anniversary in this year’s program.
|Photo by Paul B. Goode. “Scudorama” is set to music by Clarence Jackson.|
See Taylor’s take on the scandalous 1913 Stravinsky-Nijinsky collaboration, “Le Sacre Du Printemps.” The Taylor version is “Le Sacre Du Printemps (The Rehearsal)” set to a two piano version of Stravinsky’s music.