Upping the ante on dance coverage and conversation

Sustain  thINKingDANCE through    2022!

Your donation will help tD highlight the creative works of  local and visiting artists
and to build synergy with the national and international dance community.
 

Viewing category:
Reviews

Cooking, Cake and Conversation at the LAB

The Live Arts Brewery (LAB) hosts an open showing each month to allow performing artists to receive immediate feedback.
December 14, 2011
Read more


 

Compagnie Marie Chouinard Swoops on the Annenberg

Chouinard’s work “reflects her deepest concerns as an artist...each new work must invent and explore a whole new universe.”
December 14, 2011
Read more


 

Ties That Bind at the Painted Bride

A nice sampling of the city’s young professionals, as well as food for thought on the ties that manifest in the lifeworld of an art scene, and the pleasures and challenges of shared concerts.
December 14, 2011
Read more


 

Koresh Scores: Twenty Years and Counting

Providing work for dancers is grounds enough for a standing ovation, but Koresh XX Years offered other reasons to applaud.
December 7, 2011
Read more


 

My Drama with Dance Competitions

Our correspondent reports why you'll see him in the front row at the Annenberg for Champions of Dance.
December 5, 2011
Read more


 

Seen & Heard: The Remix

A picture of Seen & Heard that moves beyond the impressions generated by the four authors whose words are reconfigured here, to a thickly textured remembrance.
November 30, 2011
Read more


 

Many Feet, One Step: Kùlú Mèlé Leads a Journey

An evening of dance that dazzled, astounded and—above all—emphasized the enduring power of community.
November 30, 2011
Read more


 

What Makes Ballet Contemporary?

The opening night of BalletX's Fall Series 2011 provoked curiosity in me about what defines a ballet as contemporary.
November 30, 2011
Read more