A stunning retrospective of Mr. Naharin’s work over the past nine years, Danz consists of sequences taken from Moshe (1999); Naharin’s Virus (2001), winner of a Bessie award in New York; Three (2005),
an astonishing series of imaginative movements; Telophaza (2005), a playful army of performers who group and regroup into squadrons; and Max (2007), a piece noted for its striking gestural language. From Three, Naharin has chosen the segment titled Humus, “an especially beautiful dance for nine women, who move as one mesmerizing organism.” (The New York Times ). Danz: an anthological work that bears the stamp of an artist at the height of his creative powers.
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