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A judge on “Dancing with the Stars,” Hough has become one of the country’s most visible dancers. Now his “Symphony of Dance” is touring to 60 cities.
As a student of Martha Graham and a founding member of the Batsheva Dance Company, she helped lay the foundation for an art that continues to thrive in Israel.
Tanowitz and the composer David Lang talk about how their new work is informed by biblical poetry, Israeli folk dance and their Jewish heritage.
Broadway Bares began as a response to the AIDS crisis. Thirty years later, the one-night-only burlesque spectacle remains a potent, frisky fund-raiser.
Dance Salad, an annual festival in Houston, is the brainchild of Nancy Henderek, whose hands-on involvement even extends to editing some of the works.
Two weeks ago, members of the Lebanese indie-pop band Mashrou’ Leila took the stage in front of a packed crowd at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, wearing a flamboyant yet minimal uniform o…
An all-star team of Broadway professionals was recruited to teach yesterday’s dances to a young corps for a two-week program opening Monday at the Joyce Theater.
The choreographer, who is a fan favorite on “So You Think You Can Dance,” is bringing her combative style to New York theater and concert dance.
While the visual spectacle brings a grand adventure vividly to life, the transition to the stage isn’t entirely rewarding.
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