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    Kate Weare Company and Monica Bill Barnes & Company

    Choreographers Kate Weare and Monica Bill Barnes electrified a standing-room-only crowd at the Joyce Theater with their shared evening of two superb contemporary dance works.

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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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    New York City Ballet: All Wheeldon

    A hallmark event, this performance of three ballets by Christopher Wheeldon, including the premiere of the luscious "Les Carillons," marks the company's first-ever all-Wheeldon program.

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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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    Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet

    All 15 members of the Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet are such phenomenal dancers that, when watching the company perform, one is so awestruck by how good they are that it is difficult to focus on any other aspects of the show.

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    Pilobolus

    The company, known for its imaginatively gymnastic, codependent group body configurations, is in top form, offering a sparkling array of physically wowing and theatrically tickling works.

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    Streb: Kiss the Air!

    An undeniably unique display of physical daring, this show presents extreme athletic feats involving bungee cords, zip lines, springboards, and a rotating ladder yet is both exhilarating and maddeningly boring.

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    Dance Review: 'Astral Converted'

    Choreographer Trisha Brown's infinitely interesting "Astral Converted" is a perfect work for contemporary art fans with a bent for architecture or geometry.

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    360 Degree Dance Company

    Alessandra Prosperi and company artistic director Martin Løfsnes are exhilarating dancers, but unfortunately their choreography fails to reach the same high level of accomplishment.

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    Dance Review: 'David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group: Restless Eye'

    In “Restless Eye,” modern choreographer David Neumann puts the responsibility for making meaning out of his dances squarely on the audience’s shoulders.