BalletX Premieres Short Dance Films About Life in Lockdown
Rena Butler’s “The Under Way” stands out for connecting the Underground Railroad and BLM Movement.
June 21, 2020
Belonging in Ballet: Towards a More Inclusive Future
Phil Chan’s book equips readers to speak out about ethnic stereotypes in ballet.
June 12, 2020
Expanding Beyond Walls: Urban Movement Arts Takes Its Community Online
A dance studio in Rittenhouse Square adapts for social distancing.
April 26, 2020
Coming Together—Figuratively, Not Literally—for Dance
Dance goes digital during the COVID-19 pandemic
March 21, 2020
Fowl Play at the Gershman Y
Seven tiny takes, by tD authors and friends, on da Corte’s re-interpretation of Kaprow’s “Chicken.”
March 15, 2020
Dance Replaces Talking in the Experimental Film Redoubt
The latest film from acclaimed artist Matthew Barney is beautiful, boring, yet subtly transformative.
February 13, 2020
Korean-American Teenagers Plot Revenge in a Bangkok Hotel Room
A funny and fierce production of Man of God featuring an all-Asian cast.
February 7, 2020
At the showcase hosted by Nickerson-Rossi Dance, the audience voted for a winner.
January 24, 2020