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for a previous production "It’s an uneven program all the same. Despite the musicians, whose simple dynamism draws on flamenco’s emotion, 'Flamenco Untitled' feels too premeditated from the start. Also jarring are two sections set to recorded music…The most memorable section highlights her spectacular agility with a fringe shawl, which she whips around her slim shoulders, whirls into sideways and even spins its ends like propellers. As costume dramas go, it’s a marvel." Full Review
"Her Ivy was terrific...Ms. Copeland’s singing voice may be flat, but this is a dancing role, and her Ivy has vulnerability and moxie. She lit up the stage of the Lyric Theater — enough to make you wonder: Is Ms. Copeland’s home on Broadway? Here, she finally looked like a star, more fresh and free than she’s appeared in ages." Full Review