With a strong character, a quirky sense of humor, and a big heart, “Bill” makes a memorable first impression. But “Bill” is not a man. It’s Sharon Eyal and Guy Bachar’s creation for Batsheva Dance Company.
Israeli audiences have a chance to see the famed dancemaker’s wares when the Paul Taylor Dance Company tours to Petach Tikva, Haifa, Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv.
The Batsheva Ensemble’s production of “Kamuyot” is a uniquely engaging work that lives up to its billing as “a piece for children aged 6 to 90.”
Like well-made furniture, Yael Flexer’s movement is functional. So perhaps it’s fitting that in Flexer’s “The Living Room,” the dancers jokingly furnish the bare space themselves.
Naharin has revamped some the selected excerpts from “Kyr” and “Z/na,” and he is now deploying an even more developed artistry to bring out the nuances in the choreography.