Because I won’t have much new to offer in the next few weeks.
u A feature and exclusive interviews with Mikhail Baryshnikov, Wendy Whelan, and Damian Woetzel on Jerome Robbins (April).
u Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Akram Khan’s “Zero Degrees”–a powerfully helpless melancholy in the face of a senselessly violent world (April).
u War dances and a new inertia (May).
u A cornucopia of New York premieres reviewed: Ratmansky’s “Concerto Dsch” at NYCB, Twyla Tharp’s “Rabbit and Rogue” at ABT, and onetime bad boy Michael Clark at Lincoln Center’s Great Performances (June).
u Neil Greenberg’s inward dances (June).
u Alvin Ailey’s 50th anniversary, from the inside out (by Theresa Ruth Howard, July).
u Jerome Robbins’ controversial “Goldberg Variations,” back and front.
u Lovecat: tribute to kitty love (August)
u The adored and despised Ann Liv Young, performance artist (October).
u How to watch a Wheeldon ballet (October).
u Antony Tudor, Gillian Murphy, and “Pillar of Fire” (November).
u Being Somebody (on Faye Driscoll’s “837 Venice Blvd,” December).