By Nancy G. Heller
For The Inquirer
So many men, and so much excellent dancing. Unlike most troupes, whose rosters are female-heavy, the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a nationwide tour that features seven beautifully trained men and four women – who aren’t chopped liver, either.
Lubovitch’s troupe began its run at the Annenberg Center on Thursday night, presenting three of his works, an old favorite and two new compositions. The program opened with Lubovitch’s signature piece, Concerto Six Twenty-Two, set to Mozart’s Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra. Choreographed nearly a quarter-century ago, this work retains its freshness and emotional power. READ FULL ARTICLE