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NEW YORK TIMES

DANCE HEGINBOTHAM PREMIERES TWO NEW WORKS

Presented by Arts Brookfield and River to River Festival at the Winter Garden Atrium at Brookfield Place

June 20, 2016

"But on Friday at Brookfield Place...the company looked — and sounded — entirely deserving of the hype."

- Siobhan Burke

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NEW YORK TIMES

DANCE HEGINBOTHAM AND
ETHAN IVERSON

Vail International Dance Festival
August 4, 2015

"There’s plenty of quirkiness...but compositional fun and good-humored naturalness are increasingly potent."
-Alastair Macaulay

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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE

DANCE HEGINBOTHAM

ODC Theater
August 7 - 9, 2014

"... tempered energy, effortless charm and droll wit...“
-Allan Ulrich

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NPR

No Vanity Project: Baryshnikov Tells Artists, 'You're The Boss'

September 28, 2015

"Heginbotham says this creative laboratory is really a gift from Baryshnikov to other artists: 'He could've just been a great ballet dancer, but he is such a curious and investigative person that he has taken that and put it into creating work and helping other people create work. He betters himself all the time and he encourages us to do that too.'"

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WALL STREET JOURNAL

Bringing Crazy Electronic Music to Life Through Movement:
Alarm Will Sound and Dance Heginbotham Perform at the Met

February 18, 2014

“I thought I would find out what happens when twins exist,” said Mr. Heginbotham, who said hewas attracted to the strong pulse and complex rhythmic elements of electronic music.  “There’s a lot of very interesting and dark and frightening material about that.” 

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"...buoyantly musical, courteous with hints of mischief..."

- New York Times


“[Heginbotham has] a true theater artist’s instinct for commanding his audience.”

New York Times


"Audiences have a chance to
enter into Heginbotham’s
entertaining universe, and they shouldn’t miss it. …His works seem to have personalities of their own. You want to know them.”

The New Yorker


“An apt move or gesture for nearly every sound.”

New York Times