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February 2, 1989 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
Racism and sexual ambiguity have always been part of choreographer Donald Byrd's life, but not his art. Indeed, he says he's kept these controversial issues away from his work with his company for fear of clouding "straightforward movement issues with the cult of personality." But that desire for discretion changed when, after nearly 15 years of choreographing dances for others, he created a dance for himself.
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February 2, 1989 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
Racism and sexual ambiguity have always been part of choreographer Donald Byrd's life, but not his art. Indeed, he says he's kept these controversial issues away from his work with his company for fear of clouding "straightforward movement issues with the cult of personality." But that desire for discretion changed when, after nearly 15 years of choreographing dances for others, he created a dance for himself.
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February 4, 1989 | LEWIS SEGAL
A shared focus on expressive gesture gave unexpected unity to an intriguing six-part program called "Solo Flight" Thursday at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Dancer/choreographers Susan Rethorst, Mary Jane Eisenberg, Yves Musard and Donald Byrd each explored the relationship between formal dancing and behavioral movement statements. Indeed, Rethorst sometimes appeared to be cataloguing gesture in her two pieces.
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