When a dancer’s dancer, or a theater person’s theater person, or a musician’s musician, dies, you can always tell by the reactions of their peers. These artists often aren’t the biggest household names nor the richest celebrities. But when they leave, as Reinking did this past weekend, they’re mourned in their own category. I first heard the news of her death from one of her colleagues, an hour or two before it hit the wires. “Goddess,” went the communication.