New York Times – ‘Reggie Wilson’s ‘Citizen’: Sheer Repetition and Speed’

‘The choreographer Reggie Wilson is always thinking about the writer Zora Neale Hurston. “Nonstop,” as he put it. African-American artists and writers like James Baldwin moved to France to escape racism, but Hurston stayed in America. Inspired by Hurston and others, “Citizen,” Mr. Wilson’s latest, uses gestural solos that explore the idea of belonging.’

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