A Belgian choreographer gives us guys of “African descent” doing dance-y stuff
PRELUDE, everyone’s favorite annual don’t-miss festival sneak peek of the upcoming season by NYC-based theater and performance artists returns to The Segal Center, October 12-14, 2011.
New Paradise Labs closes out Philadelphia’s premiere contemporary performance showcase with a production that veers from web to reality over the course of a month
Belgian choreographer Thierry Smits aesthetically splits the difference between Africa and the Occident in a piece that aims for pure movement joy
The Seattle dance company presents a visually stunning and provocative new work
We hope you didn’t miss his work last weekend (the people who saw it know why)
Last Friday we went to The Kitchen to see TOOL IS LOOT – the culmination of a year of research by Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey during which they separately worked with individuals outside the field of dance to gather information and open up their creative practices.
From October 12-16 at Roulette, dozens of choreographers, theater directors and performers will team up in small(ish) groups to create performances live, on the spot in “A Prize Every Time”, conceived of and curated by choreographer Sally Silvers.
In this biographical piece, the French choreographer explores the experiences that drive his artistic inquiries
The Irish dance company behind last year’s “The Work, the Work” returns to New York this October with a new dance piece
A longtime dancer with Tere O’Connor and Yanira Castro presents a witty and charming new work at the Chocolate Factory
An interview with Gina Gibney about the expansion of the Gibney Dance Center at 890 Broadway