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Her dance school in New Haven influenced many, and her outspokenness as a black lesbian feminist influenced many more.
The Weeknd headlines the New York festival, “Far From the Tree” comes to screens and the high school musical debuts on Off Broadway.
Isabella Boylston’s natural domain seems allegro, Devon Teuscher’s, adagio. These unalike Ballet Theater dancers have grown immeasurably this season.
Chris Schlichting’s work at the Chocolate Factory seems to shut out the external world for a rarefied one of dance.
Ryan Jamaal Swain, Dominique Jackson and Jason A. Rodriguez talk about their experiences as dancers in life — and onscreen in Ryan Murphy’s show about the underground ballroom scene of the 1980s.
Craig Peterson, the artistic director of the center, says the new season will focus how local issues on the Lower East Side mirror national concerns.
In this segment, members of the Batsheva, the Young Ensemble break out of the line for fleeting, frantic solos.
Led by an indomitable teacher, ballet students in a poor district didn’t let the closure of their school stop them from dancing — or from delivering a pointed message to government officials.
This director’s love of dance isn’t a stunt, but serious play. His videos and ads count among the best dance films of recent decades.
The experimental director and avant-garde choreographer’s production — the first in the U.S. not to be based on Jerome Robbins’s choreography — will come to Broadway.
Tanztheater Wuppertal will part ways with Adolphe Binder, who commissioned the first full-length pieces created for the troupe since Bausch’s death.
Other presidents have dawdled, too, but President Trump is the first to go this long without awarding national medals in the arts and humanities.
In “Available Light,” her 1983 collaboration with Frank Gehry and John Adams, what matters most is who moves when, and with whom.
With “Rock-a-Bye,” one of three world premieres on BalletX’s summer program, Penny Saunders shows unusual talent.
The Dance on Camera Festival comes to Lincoln Center, and the Robin Williams documentary debuts on HBO.
A new documentary follows this New York City Ballet dancer as she directs an evening she put together. It changed her: “I know I could run a company.”
A former dancer, Mr. Johnson collaborated with Mel Brooks on several movies and once asked him, “‘Oh my God, are we allowed to show this?”
Lucinda Childs’s 1983 collaboration with John Adams and Frank Gehry is “exceedingly fast” and “seeringly difficult.”
The Israeli company’s Young Ensemble performed Ohad Naharin’s “Naharin’s Virus,” in which the dancers look like pawns in the choreographer’s game.
The New York Dance and Performance Awards, known as the Bessies, have announced this year’s nominated choreographers, performers and productions.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” doesn’t use elaborate special effects. Its magic comes from movement, and Steven Hoggett is its wizard choreographer.