TITLE: CUTTING UP
CHOREOGRAPHER: TWYLA THARP
WHERE: 24-CITY NATIONAL TOUR
THE BOTTOM LINE: Tharp and Mikhail Baryshnikov offer star power, high-flying moments and a little too much kitsch.
THIS HAS BEEN A BUMPER YEAR for Twyla Tharp. In January she staged a triumphant show of her quirky, inventive choreography at Manhattan's City Center. Next came a stint in Hollywood doing the dances for I'll Do Anything (to be released in 1993), and then the publication of her intelligent, candid-to-a-fault autobiography, Push Comes to Shove (Bantam; $24.50). That's enough for most busy artists, but energy is Tharp's signature both in choreography and...