Houston Ballet comes to New York City with Morris, Barton, and Peck.
Don’t Miss Work from Three of Today’s Most Acclaimed Choreographers on October 24-25.
Reposted from City Center:
Aszure Barton has been described as “brilliant” by The San Francisco Chronicle, “audacious” by The New York Times, and The Boston Globe considers her “a rare accomplishment in the world of contemporary dance.” Come In was a breakout work for Barton, placing her signature style of measured gesture and lyrical whimsy on the international dance map. In it, she uses a group of 14 men moving together in taut, spare unison, finding powerful stillness together and then breaking apart in gleeful exaltation to meditate on the nature of conformity and self-expression.