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Performance Space 122 has a new name and renovated digs. Jenny Schlenzka, its director, envisions a "vital center for community." [Read More]
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Michelle Dorrance's show at the Joyce confirms her command of her form. [Read More]
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Two 1980s dances return to the Ailey repertory: "Shelter," a potent statement about homelessness, and the rambunctious "Stack-Up." [Read More]
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Even dances with no obvious agenda have seemed like quiet protests recently. How are choreographers thinking about their work? [Read More]
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Ms. Walsh, whose recent works involve minimal movement, talks about transcendence, seeing time, "Dance Moms" and what audiences want. [Read More]
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A class became a larger learning experience when Ms. Copeland and Carmen de Lavallade talked about breaking down barriers for black dancers. [Read More]
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Preeti Vasudevan's "Stories by Hand" was an hour of talking and dancing, informed by — but not beholden to — classical Indian dance... [Read More]
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Cynthia Oliver's "Virago-Man Dem" tackled stereotypes about black masculinity. ODC/Dance's "boulders and bones" was inspired by Andy Goldsworthy's land art. [Read More]
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Dance diversity was celebrated at the 33rd Bessie Awards, where many honorees were African-American and working in African-based dance forms. [Read More]
Five major dance hubs in the downtown orbit have new directors; it's sort of a game of musical chairs — and comes at a challenging... [Read More]
Our critics pick the pieces they're looking forward to at this popular seasonal festival at New York City Center. [Read More]
Displacement and obscured histories, but also joyful fluidity: Two projects by the Congolese choreographer. [Read More]
Our critics choose the choreographers, companies and performances that they're most excited about. [Read More]
Ms. Pirici, who lives and works in Bucharest and Berlin, will create a moving barrier of performers at the top of Manhattan's verdant pedestrian highway. [Read More]
The hip-hop choreographer Will Adams — WilldaBeast — is a standout among those who have honed their careers through social media. [Read More]
"Katherine Dunham: Dance and the African Diaspora" is by the historian Joanna Dee Das. [Read More]
Marlee Grace's Instagram feed is a trove of short videos documenting her daily movement practice. [Read More]
For Emery LeCrone, whose company opens the Joyce's Ballet Festival, one challenge of making ballets has been learning to be a good producer. [Read More]
"What makes a dance queer?" was one of many questions considered at Explode! Queer Dance, a festival that brought together artists and academics. [Read More]
A new interactive work by the choreographer Jody Oberfelder, "The Brain Piece," asks: Do thoughts come from the body? [Read More]
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