Upping the ante on dance coverage and conversation
The Geography Trilogy Screening
Photo: Gene Pittman

The Geography Trilogy Screening

Transfixed to befuddled to captive to everything in between.

Carolyn Merritt
March 9, 2018

The Core and the Corps of Swan Lake
Photo: Alexander Iziliaev

The Core and the Corps of Swan Lake

The corps was sharp as the jagged rocks framing the lake before which the swan flock fluttered, bowed, and posed. Truly impressive!

Lynn Matluck Brooks
March 11, 2018

On the Making of Icons
Photo: Arnold Genthe

On the Making of Icons

From revolutionaries to icons.

Lynn Matluck Brooks
March 21, 2018

Very Brutal and Very Soft
Photo: Morah Geist, courtesy Jacob's Pillow

Very Brutal and Very Soft

An interview with Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez

Julius Ferraro
March 23, 2018

Petronio’s Bloodline
Photo: Sarah Silver

Petronio’s Bloodline

Petronio's company explores their lineage, staging new works up against Merce Cunningham's Signals.

Eleanor Goudie-Averill
March 27, 2018

Deciphering Roots
Photo: Christopher Duggan

Deciphering Roots

NextMove Dance presents Wang Ramirez Company's Monchichi.

Amelia Rose Estrada
March 28, 2018

Didik in Philadelphia
Photo: Aidan Un

Didik in Philadelphia

"If you empty yourself of ego, you can go anywhere; you can cross all the borders.”

Toni Shapiro-Phim
April 1, 2018

Citizen Displaced
Photo: Christine Hands

Citizen Displaced

Implicit and explicit narratives of displacement, turmoil, and fear.

Andrew Sargus Klein
April 2, 2018

Joy in the Journey
Photo: Leah Stein

Joy in the Journey

Leah Stein's Studio Works series is a new opportunity for movement-based artists to show work in an informal setting.

Patricia Graham
April 6, 2018

Interview with the Fear Snuggler
Photo: Michelle Panting

Interview with the Fear Snuggler

How do we make it okay to say "no"?

Miryam Coppersmith
April 11, 2018

When activism is involuntary: a conversation between Deanna Haggag and Bill T. Jones
Screenshot: Sullivan

When activism is involuntary: a conversation between Deanna Haggag and Bill T. Jones

“The artist is always an irritant; the artist is always a disrupter.”

Kat Sullivan
April 15, 2018

Trapped in DanzAbierta's Malson
Photo: DanzAbierta

Trapped in DanzAbierta's Malson

I stay for the dancers, whose names the program doesn't mention but should.

Jenna Horton
April 15, 2018

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