Originally posted March 21, 2018 by Brian Seibert of The New York Times. For the past few years, Mr. Petronio, with the series “Bloodlines,” has been introducing works by distinguished predecessors into his company’s repertory. Cunningham’s “RainForest” was the first.
Originally posted March 29, 2017 by Alastair Macaulay of The New York Times Review: Hail the Stars and Stripes, and the Radical Moves The choreographer Stephen Petronio is a bad…
Dance, or anything that involves motion, is a lot of fun to shoot, I love the ability to stop the motion, and capture the drama of that particular moment.
Visual Artist Janine Antoni reflects upon her Costumed Intervention for Stephen’s solo, Stripped, and her long-time collaboration with Stephen and The Company
Choreographer and performer Stephen Petronio reflects on his collaboration with visual artist Janine Antoni on Stripped’s Costumed Intervention