A seminal piece of minimalist choreography, Lucinda Childs’ Dance resurfaced in 2009 for a 30th anniversary revival. Originally performed in 1979, most notably at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in a series that spawned the Next Wave Festival a few years later, Dance propelled Childs onto the dance scene in a major way, and as was typical of many collaborations of that era, she had famous partners: visual artist Sol LeWitt and composer Philip Glass, who wrote a joyous, original score for the ...
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