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Because American choreographer Kyle Abraham’s jazz-inflected work puts you in such a reflective mood, let’s take a moment to consider the rich diversity of dance that has been happening in Vancouver this weekend.
Review in The Georgia Straight
To understand the multilayered fusion that is Kyle Abraham’s dance, it helps to dig into the celebrated New York City choreographer’s roots.
Preview in The Georgia Straight
Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion is bringing to Western Canada for the first time a sample of its acclaimed repertoire, including The Gettin’, Quiet Dance and excerpts from the company’s newest work, Dearest Home.
Interview in Jewish Independent
Even before the first strains of Kendrick Lamar’s galvanizing “Alright” fell over the stage, company dancers from Abraham.In.Motion were taking a stand, and then some, on the evolving politics of black identity.
Review in New Haven Independent
Fluidity marks the work of choreographer Kyle Abraham, fluidity of feeling, perception, movement. That protean force, applied to the outrageously long-lived issue of black people's civil rights, produces a major work of truth-telling American art in "When the Wolves Came In," through Sunday at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Review in Chicago Tribune