“In an unusual move that may alter the contemporary dance landscape in New York, the boards of Dance Theater Workshop and the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company voted unanimously Wednesday to merge their organizations, forming a combination producing and presenting entity to be called New York Live Arts.”
December 2, 2010
Bill T. Jones Co. Merges With NYC’s Dance Theater Workshop
New York Times 12/02/10
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