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Norwegian dancemaker Jo Stromgren’s local premiere of “Necessity Again” was the night’s wryly surreal romp in philosophical terrain. A voice-over by French philosopher Jacques Derrida discussed presence, necessity and death, as a troupe of bee-hived, suited youth dragged and strung up lines from which blank paper hung. Meanwhile, French crooner Charles Aznavour sang about love, loss, the beach, and muscadet. It might have been titled “Against Necessity,” because with no intellectual pretensions but gobs of off-kilter wit, it refused to be a dance we had to recognize, while every element in it was recognizable. Blank paper — metaphor for empty words, the unknowable, the effluvium of our efforts to understand —— was the main character, the dancers life’s pawns red dance shoes. Sex and instinct, including the hilarious vibrations that seized Matthew Rich’s pelvis like a force from outer space, snaked through everything..

Through everything, too, Jim French’s lighting met the dances as a partner, especially in what I thought of as the beach scene, where dancers down to their underwear combed the scattered paper for messages while cast in a gorgeous, Picasso-rose light. Launched in 2003 with funds from philanthropist Nancy Laurie, Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton’s niece, Cedar Lake has been in administrative turmoil lately. Artistically, however, this seems to be a company that dares to have something to say and even invites a woman to be among those who say it red dance shoes. Long may it last..

McIntrye was already a major force in contemporary dance through his long tenure with Houston Ballet when he founded the Trey McIntrye Project in 2005. Initially conceived as a summer touring project, TMP became a full-time outfit in 2008 when the company relocated to Boise, Idaho, a risky and closely watched move that turned into a model of collaboration between a culture-hungry city and an artist unafraid of the unbeaten path. But no matter where you are running it, a dance company is no plié in the park, and McIntyre has too many other interests to focus exclusively on that Sisyphean task. He recently announced that he’s ramping down TMP as a full-time company following the tour that brings it back to Zellerbach Hall March 21-22 for a Cal Performances engagement red dance shoes. For McIntyre, he’s not losing a company; he’s gaining a world pregnant with possibilities..

“I’ve never been drawn to dance as a medium,” he said in a recent phone conversation from the TMP studio in Boise red dance shoes. “For me, the point is not about dance. I had great fortune to develop in this language, but there’s a real craving to explore others. We’re paring down to a staff of two or three. It’ll take discipline to scale back, because it’s been incredibly ambitious, and as new opportunities arise, we jump on them. After the tour, there’ll be an incubation period where ideas develop on a smaller scale.”..

McIntyre is making the transition in style. He presents two West Coast premieres at Zellerbach, including the ambitious “Mercury Half-Life,” a 50-minute work set to the music of Queen that explores the life of the British rock band’s late lead singer Freddie Mercury. The other piece on the program is the Cal Performances co-commission “The Vinegar Works: Four Dances of Moral Instruction.” Inspired by the work of illustrator and writer Edward Gorey, whose dark and playfully gothic vision is a major inspiration to the steampunk movement and annual Edwardian Ball events held in San Francisco and Los Angeles, “The Vinegar Works” is set to Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet in G minor and features puppets created by Michael Curry (known for his masks for the Broadway production of “The Lion King”) red dance shoes.

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