Le déjeuner sur l’herbe
American Realness Festival
by Martha Sherman
"Look at this!” Antonio Ramos demands, in his naked, lewd, and extravagantly danced “Mira El!” Ramos’s work trains the spotlight on his – and others’ – bodies." READ MORE
Antonio Ramos and the Gang Bangers’ “Mira El!” at American Realness
By Kathryn Turney
"Antonio Ramos and The Gang Bangers presented Mira El! last week at the Abrons Arts Center Underground Theater as part of the 2016 American Realness Festival. Mira El! commands the audience’s attention and prompts an investigation of identity, intimacy, and isolation.."
Antonio Ramos and the Gaongbangers present "Neverland"
by Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Ramos’s dancers—sometimes wearing wigs of glistening, fluttering Mylar or other minor trinkets and accessories—repeatedly, and repetitively, spill through the aisles or over the equally-bare stage, pumping and prancing around to lengthy dance tunes. Neverland has that certain in-your-face quality. READ MORE
Choreographers Gone Wild
By Eleanor Bauer
"ME ME ME In the parody of epic proportions entitled “ME ME ME”, Antonio Ramos spares no one. He stuffs metaphysical pies in the face of Ballet, Modern (with a capital “M”) and contemporary dance, Puerto Rico, male homosexuality (in and out of drag), the Virgin of Guadalupe, and Barbie. READ MORE!" READ MORE