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to limit his rehearsal time to a fewhours per day. “I talk as little as pos- sible in the rehearsals…it eats up time” he sayswith a smile.


Taylor has plotted the course and completed the processwith the three main dancers intertwined in the final staging. It is nowready for per- formance. The 2010 premiere of ThreeDubiousMemories opened at the EisemannCenter inRichardson, TX. This openingwork culminated through a 12 year partnership between The Paul TaylorCompany and theEisemannCenter.We are nowhonored to see this documentary at theAlamoDrafthouse inRichardson on February 5, 2015. The screen- ing ismade possible by the partnership of theEisemannCenter and Arts Incubator ofRichardson (AIR) titledAIRTime.


On February 7, 2015 the Paul TaylorDanceCompanywill again per- format theEisemannCenter in partnershipwithUTDallas School of Arts&Humanities. The programwill offer an insightful look at Paul Taylor’s variety of dancemaking. Diggity (1978)withmusic byDonald York (commissioned)with set and costumes byAlexKatz; Beloved Renegade (2008)withmusic by Francis Poulenc and costumes by Santo Loquasto; and ClovenKingdom(1980)withmusic byArcangeloCorelli, HenryCowell andMalloyMiller,women’s costumes by ScottBarrie and headpieces by JohnRawlings. You’ll definitely seeme there!


In conjunctionwith the presentations, a 10-day residencywith Taylor 2 led byRehearsalDirectorRuthAndrienwill take place in partnership with theUniversity of Texas atDallas School ofArts&Humanities dance ensemble.Aworkshop performancewill take place in the EisemannCenter’sBank ofAmerica Theatre at 6:00 pmon Saturday, February 7, 2015 prior to the public performance by Paul TaylorDance Company.


RichardKeen is a dance patron, private yoga instructor andMAin dance gradu- ate fromCaseWesternReserveUniversity.


DANCE!NORTHTEXAS


a publication of the dance council of north texas


vol 18 • no 1 www.thedancecouncil.org


Feb-Apr 2015


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