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Costume designer Judith Hansen soothes artist nerves with silk and sequins.
Watch for simplicity and grandeur — and a few hairy legs.
“We, as a field, have work to do,” says the new director.
In July, Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh presents “Frida” and tribute to muralist Siqueiros.
For 2017-2018: Jerome Robbins, Alexei Ratmansky, live music and return to the Opera House
Choreographer/teacher will replace longtime co-directors at vital Brookland arts center.
Woetzel will be the first dancer to lead the prestigious arts institution.
For the first time, the Kennedy Center taps artists to program a showcase of regional dance.
Think it’s a joy to work with the famed sculptor’s sets? Ask the Martha Graham dancers.
The ambition, variety and quantity of works make this a season of historic reach and significance.
An energizing mix of magic and child’s play is instilled in Alexei Ratmansky’s folk tale.
With fouettes as liberation and Odette as action hero, American Ballet Theatre’s staging is right for these times.
Alexei Ratmansky on storytelling through dance in “The Little Humpbacked Horse.”
Choreography includes nods to such classics as “West Side Story” and “American in Paris.”
Actress wasn’t trained as a dancer but outshone her “Singin’ in the Rain” co-stars.
Former ABT dancer's new work, Julie Kent's first commission as director of the Washington Ballet, is set to premiere in May at the Kennedy Center.
New director seizes the spotlight at 40th Anniversary Celebration with three wardrobe changes — and an announcement.
As the former ABT dancer readies the first program at her new gig, she eyes the details.
Farrell, the former New York City Ballet star, plans to teach at expanded Kennedy Center.
The fall dance by the San Francisco Ballet features great minds and grand ambition.
In the pursuit of points for difficulty, gymnasts fail to balance athleticism with artistry.
There’s no wider window onto a dancer’s life than Instagram. And in summer, they get personal.
American Ballet Theatre’s “Romeo and Juliet,” reminding us of tenderness in dark times.
Three ballerinas reflect on what makes Juliet the role of a lifetime.
Another husband-and-wife team from American Ballet Theatre is moving to Washington.
The ABT will return to Wolf Trap again this summer with ‘Romeo and Juliet.’
Mats Ek’s version honors its Renaissance source while tying it directly to our current world.
As Royal Swedish Ballet prepares his “Juliet and Romeo,” Ek talks about what moves him.
Works from 1970s and ’80s feature delight and mystery.
On the agenda are works by Ashton, Ratmansky and Peck, as well as an Opera House debut.
The final program with Septime Webre as artistic director was bittersweet