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Elisa Monte, Molissa Fenley, Margo Sappington, Jennifer Muller
Brian Scaefer, New York Times
June 7, 2016


Photo © © Shinichi Iova-Koga

Four veteran New York choreographers share an evening of dance, much of it new. Elisa Monte created “Dextra Dei” in 1989 in response to the AIDS epidemic and has now added a new section; Molissa Fenley explores water as a resource and symbolic substance in “The Third Coast” and “Mali”; Margo Sappington takes her cue from Erik Satie in “Entwined,” where bodies twist together; and Jennifer Muller examines the complexity of modern relationships in “Working Title.”

http://www.nytimes.com/events/dance/elisa-monte-molissa-fenley-margo-sappington-jennifer-muller-31798.html

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