Ballet Hispanico at the Joyce.http://www.thirteen.org/sundayarts/blog/ballet/ballet-hispanico-20/775/
Another world premiere was Tríptico, by Ron de Jesús, with live music by Oscar Hernandez. It showed off the company’s confident ability in bold, clean cursive phrases, often done by pairs, but it at times felt like a cold technical demonstration. By contrast, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’sLocked Up Laura, a New York premiere, contained some intriguing psychological turmoil. Between its simple spoken phrases alluding to presumably different meanings of “call,” and the woman’s shifting persona from on and off stage, it was always dramatically compelling.