Martha Graham's sinuously
enchanting Diversion of Angels was lit by luminous performances from its various casts, but two works longer out of the repertoire--Sir Frederick Ashton's exquisite masterpiece Symphonic Variations, staged by Wendy Ellis Somes, and Antony Tudor's Pillar of Fire, staged by Donald Mahler--had the special interest of rarity.
At the east end is a Gaudiesque arch of patterned brick with a sinuously
arched window in the upper half.
This debut disc consists of eight new songs by Schwartz (as well as numbers by Sonny Rollins and Rodgers and Hart) that evince a formidable grasp of everything from easygoing cocktail swing (``Poketown'') and sinuously
seductive Brazilian-tinged jazz (``Denouement'') to the gently frothing, congo-laden Afro-Cuban ``Tidepool.
Giant white cylinders of sinuously
carved Styrofoam, in particular, recalled crystal formations seen under a microscope.
At Sycamore Gap we drink steaming hot coffee before Ian leaps over what remains of Hadrian's Wall and shows us how to dig a snow hole in a chest-high drift curving sinuously
down the escarpment.
Curtis and Le Page cast a sinuously
flexible spell, and the orchestral strings tackled the famous "mosquito-bite" glissandi with style and panache.
A brief glance at the lovely, sinuously
graceful dancing and choreography in a real Bellywood film reveals how the Vegas-ready aesthetic of Anthony Van Laast ("Mamma Mia
The long thin platform strip is sheltered by a sinuously
undulating roof, its gently curved form mirroring the rolling hills that enclose the valley.
, to the grand strains of a John Williams score, he stretched and arched as if trying to free himself from personal bondage.
Through the glare of red and blue stage lights and the haze of cigarette smoke, couples clasp each other and sinuously
swirl about the parquet floor.
The artist then steps out of this loop, moving sinuously
but purposefully across the beach to trace a vast network of circles connected, traversed, and lassoed by lines.
We joined in the only proper prayer of the night before seeing Adam and Eve tempted in the Garden of Eden by an incredible silver serpent which moved sinuously
on 60 young feet.
Another standout is Joel Lane's The Country of Glass, which offers a sinuously
poetic take on a man's love affair with the bottle -teetering towards magical realism, it's a fine web of lingeringly beautiful prose.
As they move sinuously
across the stage, a bossy voice suddenly booms from the theater, "Make it less sexy.
A shiny red plastic reception desk sinuously
wraps around one column like a seductive swirl of lipstick, and similar extruded forms in yellow and white anchor the bar and bookshop.