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Double Dutch requires athleticism, finesse and musicality. Lincoln Center honors its history and place in African-American culture. [Read More]
For 11 days, this festival will feature some of the sharpest names in dance today: Wendy Whelan, Amy Seiwert, Jeffrey Cirio and Gemma Bond. [Read More]
Ms. Dupont runs the Paris Opera Ballet. But she still wants to dance and experiment, as she is doing with the choreographer Saburo Teshigawara. [Read More]
Ms. Vishneva, a passionate, soulful ballerina, will still perform. And she has plans to open a studio in St. Petersburg. [Read More]
At Madison Square Park, Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener create a two-week slate of improvisation called "Desire Lines." [Read More]
A brilliant ballerina takes on a Duncan solo, "Narcissus," that is far removed from her ballet universe. [Read More]
Benjamin Millepied made "In Silence We Speak" for two ravishing dancers: Carla Körbes and Janie Taylor. [Read More]
Ms. Shick, one of the dance world's local treasures, presents a full-length work that explores character as much as coordination. [Read More]
After a decade of waiting in the last line onstage, Ms. Teuscher is a soloist with American Ballet Theater and will make her New York... [Read More]
"The Monomyth" explores subtle transformations of Michelle Boulé's body, and "This home is us" brings Stacy Matthew Spence's personal effects to the theater. [Read More]
Christine Shevchenko just danced her first lead in a full-length ballet: Kitri in "Don Quixote." She dropped her fan but soldiered on. Here's how it... [Read More]
Ms. Felton, a performer in "Flexn Evolution," talks about being in a male-dominated genre, and how dance has given her life meaning. [Read More]
After two international tours with "Flexn," Reggie Gray and Peter Sellars bring "Flexn Evolution" — with social commentary — to the armory. [Read More]
In "The Ghost Festival" at Danspace Project, his first solo show, Koma pays homage to his dance ancestors. [Read More]
Ms. Copeland takes on Kitri and Giselle this season. The key? Diving deep. "It's making the character so much more important than the steps," she... [Read More]
There's a ballet dancer on the TV show "The Americans," but she doesn't dance one step. And that makes for a happy ballerina.Irina Dvorovenko, a... [Read More]
Lily Baldwin and Saschka Unseld's virtual-reality film, "Through You," makes a powerful case for pairing dance and VR. [Read More]
Ashley Bouder's dancing at New York City Ballet is bold and full of technical wizardry; some of her artwork reflects that. [Read More]
In the season opener under a new artistic director, the company tried to hold on to its past while not seeming dated and dutiful. [Read More]
Irina Dvorovenko, a former principal ballerina, had to deglamorize to land her TV role. But she instinctively understood it: "It's my childhood." [Read More]