(230) Alastair Macaulay on new installments of New York City Center’s ‘Studio 5’

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Listener favorite and former Chief Dance Critic at the New York Times, Alastair Macaulay returns to the podcast this week. We realize that we have never asked Alastair his origin story in dance, so he gives us background on how the love affair began. We take a few detours to discuss the late Jacques d’Amboise, ‘Dances at a Gathering’, Anthony Tudor, and stories of Balanchine Ballerinas.

Then, Alastair talks with us about the virtual return of City Center’s ‘Studio 5’ series that he hosts. This year, with ‘Studio 5 | Dancing Across Continents’ New York City Center brings us an intimate look at rare pairings of exceptional dance artists from around the world. To watch the films already available, and to be notified when new content goes live, subscribe to City Center’s YouTube Channel, or click here: https://bit.ly/3vqqZrZ. Read Alastair’s recent essays on dance on his website, alastairmacauly.com.

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