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Step
in time
The Paul Taylor Dance Company
University Musical Society
Power Center
Friday, January 27, 8 p.m.
By Julie Edelson
"t F YOU WANT to perform, a
I company has to tour," said Lin-
da Kent, a graduate of Juilliard who
has been a member of The Paul'Taylor
Dance Company for nine years. Indeed,
the company has traveled extensively,,
to over 300 cities in the United States
and 53 nations overseas. The New York-
based modern dance company returns
to Ann Arbor this year, as part of a
whirlwind tour, marking the company's
29th anniversary.
Paul Taylor is the sole choreographer
for the 16-member company, who hail
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from such diverse areas as Ohio, Cop-
necticut, New Zealand, and Lebanon.
The Ann Arbor program will feature,
among other things, a new work, Sun-
set, as well as Nightshade, a revival in
a Victorian setting.
Kent describes Taylor's work as, "an
incredible challenge. Each piece is dif-
ferent from the one before." She said
that, although Taylor has not tried to
cater to the audience, "he has found a
ground that is of interest to everyone."
Taylor was influenced by . Martha
Graham, but, Ms. Kent said, "there is
no set formula for Paul." He incor-
porates a variety of visual mediums -
music, technology, and art - into his
dances.
Kent had rave reviews for the Ann
Arbor audience, which she described as
"extremely wonderful and very recep-
tive." She said that college audiences
are the best because, "They come in
fresh, willing, and ready to accept and
react."
The Ann Arbor audience will have the
chance to sample the Paul Taylor dan-
ce Company when they perform at the
Power Center on this weekend. Tickets
are available at the box office'and all
CTC outlets.

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The Paul Taylor Dancers: Modern magic
Michigan Ensemble Theatre
presents:
SIMON GRAYS
Directed by WALTER EYSSELINCK
Featuring
NICHOLAS PENNELL
as
Ben Butley
Jan. 25-29, Feb. 2-5
Wed. thru Sat. at 8 pm
Sun. at 2 pm
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
P.T.P. Ticket Office, Michigan League Building
For ticket information, call 764-0450.

12 Weekend/January 27, 1984

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