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Outer moves, inner beauty: Looking back on the year in Boston dance

Here, in no particular order, are some of the highlights of the year in Boston dance.

By DEBRA CASH  |  December 14, 2012
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Bodies Moving: Boston’s 10 best fall dance events

Kayaking the Arctic, celebrating life across atolls, and finding the ways the artist's hand and dancer's body intersect, this season of dance offers audiences a varied journey.
A season of terpsichorean delights
By DEBRA CASH  |  September 16, 2011
Daniel McCusker Dance Projects Present "regrets only + some other things"

Daniel McCusker Dance Projects Present "regrets only + some other things"


Daniel McCusker Dance Projects is always worth a visit, and we can't say we're not intrigued by the title of what Danny's offering this time...
By webteam  |  March 10, 2010

This That #2 At Green Street Studios


FRIDAY, MARCH 27 AND SATURDAY, MARCH 28
There’s something about a Daniel McCusker dance project that can draw even the least artsy folks among us into the audience. You don’t need to be schooled in modern dance or classically trained in ballet to appreciate the raw talent and evocative combination of dance and media (think music, poetry, and video) his productions bring to the stage. Following the success of last year’s show of the same name, This That #2 comes to Green Street Studios (185 Green Street, Cambridge, 617.864.3191). This time around, the performance features works that interpret the meaning of “miniature.” We’re thinking it’ll be huge. Tickets ($20, $15 for students, seniors, and Boston Dance Alliance members) are available only at the door by cash or check.


By Stuff Boston  |  March 23, 2009
Critical Moves

Critical Moves


 Adele Myers & Dancers, Carol Somers, Karl Cronin, Rebecca Pappas, and Talya Epstein conve...
By Shaula Clark  |  March 18, 2009
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The curatorial eye

Never merely illustrative, their unity seemed like the very source of Heaven.
Daniel McCusker’s ‘tHisTHat’
By DEBRA CASH  |  April 28, 2008