Christopher Atamian

David Dorfman's tribute to Sly and the Family Stone has plenty of nostalgia, not much substance:

Prophets of Funk, David Dorfman's tribute to Sly and the Family Stone, is a fun nostalgia fest with little of substance.

Bio: Christopher Atamian is a writer and translator who has published several books as well as essays and reviews at numerous publications around the globe. He is co-producer of the Obie-award winning play, Trouble in Paradise, and writes about art and politics. He lives in Manhattan.

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David Dorfman’s tribute to Sly and the Family Stone has plenty of nostalgia, not much substance

Prophets of Funk, David Dorfman's tribute to Sly and the Family Stone, is a fun nostalgia fest with little of substance.

Feb. 1, 2012

 
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Filming about dance: At Lincoln Center, a linchpin of the annual dance calendar unspools

Mixed blessings at Lincoln Center's 40th anniversary Dance on Camera Festival

Jan. 24, 2012

 
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Rocking my world: Parsons Dance make the best of simple pleasures at the Joyce

Parsons Dance proves its mastery over simple yet substantial pleasures of modern dance at the Joyce

Jan. 13, 2012

 
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A farewell to Merce Cunningham: ‘The Legacy Tour’ at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

The Merce Cunningham Dance Company pays tribute to its founder with a series of shows that will be among its last

Dec. 9, 2011