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A passion for authenticity characterized this mesmerizing program from beginning to end.
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Here was another (all-too) typical example of ballet companies reinforcing a patriarchy that hardly reflects the number of women in their ranks.
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To be truly effective black humor must have us laughing at something we fear, regret, or at the very least recognize.
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RISD Museum's well-curated show Bona Drag is a powerful act of remembrance.
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The Night Watch supplies a powerful kickoff for the Gamm Theatre's 2019 season.
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The vacuousness of the digital world and the mainstream media is an easy target.
Hype Man is a complex and challenging treatment of race relations in the U.S.-- indispensable viewing in these days of Trump.
Nicholas Van Young supplied an astounding display of virtuosity that seemed to amaze even the dancer himself.
An elegy to youth and the transgressions of reckless behaviors, Them celebrates sex as a wild and raw imperative.
Despite its grand intentions, Atomos is essentially an abstract work that springs from Wayne McGregor's obvious passion for full-throttle movement.
An intriguing cross-disciplinary concept gave birth to a pallid, underrehearsed production.
We were reminded of how difficult it is to create an evening-length's choreography without a storyline, musical structure, or a well-developed concept