As cheeky and protean as his dances, choreographer Mark Morris plays the roles of shrewd experimentalist and flagrant classicist with equal relish. Over the past three decades, he has evolved from a boisterous folk dancer to an openly gay celebrity to a fleshy middle-aged guy hailed by many as the most innovative choreographer of his generation. What hasn't changed is his wide-ranging intelligence, succulent wit, outspoken opinions--and a masterly grasp of how formal structure can reveal human behavior in all its... More >>>