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Bill T. Jones Celebrates the Joy of Oliver Sacks
03/27/2013
Village Voice
Feature story on Live Ideas: The Worlds of Oliver Sacks

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Bill T. Jones, Joyce Theater, New York – review
03/27/2013

Review of performances from The Joyce Theater

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Yasuko Yokoshi talks about her new dance BELL
03/08/2013
TimeOut New York
Interview with Yasuko Yokoshi, Live Arts’ inaugural Resident Commissioned Artist

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The Greene Space Presents Bill T. Jones and the Orion String Quartet
03/05/2013

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The Aesthete, Vanessa Manko, March 2013
03/01/2013

Profile article on Bill T. Jones

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New York Live Arts Introduces Arts and Ideas Festival
01/13/2013
New York Times
Arts Beat story announcing the launch of Live Ideas

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Bill T. Jones: Inside the Famed Choreographer's Rehearsal Process
09/25/2012

In his long career, Bill T. Jones has gone from experimental downtown artist to two-time Tony winner. Bridging such different worlds makes for an uncomfortable perch, from which he must contend with purists who question his authenticity and Broadway operators who ignore his past 30 years in the arts.

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Dance review: Bill T. Jones at Wolf Trap
08/01/2012

In his long career, Bill T. Jones has gone from experimental downtown artist to two-time Tony winner. Bridging such different worlds makes for an uncomfortable perch, from which he must contend with purists who question his authenticity and Broadway operators who ignore his past 30 years in the arts.

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An oxymoronic event of purposeful randomness
07/15/2012

BECKET — The vibrant, very much living members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company are surrounded by ghosts in “Story/Time.” In a general way, this is not so unusual; contemporary dance often bears a proud aura of its ancestral shadows. But Jones, the creator of “Story/Time,” has long...

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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company help launch SaratogaArtsFest
06/07/2012

When it premiered in Paris in 1913, Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring,” with choreography by Vaslav Nijinksy, was greeted with the vocal equivalent of rotten tomatoes. “The people were so upset by the music and the choreography that they started screaming and shouting insults, and a riot ensued,” said Anne...

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