Posted on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010

Merilyn Jackson

Inquirer dance critic

It may seem odd in this economy, but here comes the richest, most varied fall dance season in a few years.

With music by Philip Glass and film overlay by Sol LeWitt, Lucinda Childs’ black-and-white modern classic Dance powered through town over the weekend as part of the Live Arts Festival, but two of her reconstructed works will be here next month. A seismic shift from Childs’ minimalist work in concept, color, music, and choreography, David Parsons’ exhilarating Remember Me comes in December. And Paul Taylor brings us his new Phantasmagoria in October.

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