The News Review:
- Get Up Get ut
- Fingers utrace Feet in ‘Ukelele’
- Siegel’s merger maneuver brings him full circle; may have saved…
Get Up Get ut
San Diego Union Tribune – Jul 26, 2007
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Fingers utrace Feet in ‘Ukelele’
Washington Post – Jul 26, 2007
Varone premiered his new work "Beyond the Break (7 Dances for Ukelele)" at Wolf Trap Tuesday capping a program that included two other pieces in which Varone showed us how surprising liberating and intensely moving his choreography can be. But though there’s something instantly quirky about the wee uke especially when paired with arty concert dance Varone failed to get much out of the combination… Typically Varone is an exceptionally fluent dancemaker. His works feel ecstatically free composed of enlightened ordinariness and a smart smooth musical sense. He’s one of the stalwarts of the modern dance scene — the Wolf Trap performance kicked off his company’s 21st season — yet there’s such fullness and appetite in so many of his works you’d think he had just found his bliss. To wit: “Lux” (2006) which opened the program felt like nothing more than the unmuzzling of joy while “The Bottomland” reprised from its 2002 premiere at Wolf Trap plumbed the depths of honky-tonk in unexpected ways. Perhaps he felt he had to work against the high energy of the music in “Beyond the Break. ” For though plenty of excitement came out of the speakers there was little fizz in the dancing.
Siegel’s merger maneuver brings him full circle; may have saved…
ESPN – Jul 26, 2007
Marty Brian Lowe is right. You do look like a Backstreet Boy. My buddies are just waiting for you to break into that “Bye Bye Bye” dance. And Bill the 80-year-old bartender knows more than you do about racing. — Jackie Peachtree City Ga. Man I’d do that for you Jackie but Backstreet didn’t do any “Bye Bye Bye” dancing.