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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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