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    American Ballet Theatre: From Classic to Premieres

    In an ambitious mixed bill, American Ballet Theatre is presenting an enlightening display of masterful choreography that demonstrates why the creators are considered great dance makers.

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    New York City Ballet

    Lynne Taylor-Corbett's "The Seven Deadly Sins," featuring Patti LuPone, is musically and visually stunning, but choreographically it's less eventful than expected.

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    Ailey II

    Except in Kyle Abraham's fine "The Corner," the dancers far outshine their material in this latest offering from Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's junior company.

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    Martha@...The 1963 Interview

    Famed Martha Graham impersonator Richard Move is stupendous in this re-creation of a 1963 interview with the modern-dance genius, with Lisa Kron masterful as Graham's interviewer.

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    Allemande

    Josh Beamish is a Canadian dance artist whose work deserves much greater and more widespread recognition in the U.S. than it has yet received.

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    Elisa Monte Dance

    Elisa Monte Dance launched a weeklong season at the Joyce Theater with an opening-night gala featuring four works choreographed by Monte over a span of 32 years.

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    Paul Taylor Dance Company

    Paul Taylor Dance Company proffered an uneven triple bill that sandwiched off-putting "Brief Encounters" between enchanting "Black Tuesday" and uncomfortable "Arden Court."

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    New York City Ballet

    Susan Stroman's new work for New York City Ballet fails to captivate, though it features a beguiling performance from Sara Mearns.

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    Parsons Dance

    David Parsons' choreographic style might be tagged "modern dance lite," yet out of a buoyant lexicon grounded in selective borrowings from classical ballet, Graham technique, and Paul Taylor Parsons conjures intricate, expressive, and engaging dances.

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    Gallim Dance and Sidra Bell Dance New York

    Gallim Dance offered a stunning performance of its artistic director Andrea Miller’s intriguing "For Glenn Gould," while the talented performers of Sidra Bell Dance New York made all they could of Sidra Bell’s putrid "Pool."