By Sarah Crompton
19 May 2019
Pam Tanowitz is about to celebrate her 50th birthday. Which is quite late in the day to become an overnight sensation. “I’m not the hot young thing,” she says, a smile flashing across her open face.
Yet here she is, in demand as a choreographer around the world and about to bring a piece to Europe for the first time. Four Quartets, a beautiful danced version of TS Eliot’s poem, arrives in London this week. The New York Times called it “the greatest creation of dance theatre so far this century”.
Read the full article in The Times.