New York City
William Forsythe’s Three Atmospheric Studies drives home, in crystalline movement and a rush
of startling words, the horror and hypocrisy of war. One of the most influential
director/choreographers of our time, Forsythe (Kammer/Kammer, EIDOS:TELOS) has created a
radical, captivating vision of dance-theater that combines spoken text and ravishingly complex
choreography. It is his most political work to date–triggered by the imagery and fallout from
conflict in the Middle East.