By Carrie Stern
There is something mysterious and stripped down about Brooklyn choreographer Kate Weare’s dances, two of which were part of the Gotham Dance Festival at the Joyce Theater recently. Using movement that is powerful and sensual, direct yet never literal — she calls her work stark and tender — Weare’s dances suggest relationships and situations, leaving us to tell the story.
Her first piece, 2009’s Lean-To, was set against a striking curved, white sail. The riveting, fierce attack and clear
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