Close Login Box
In Ballet Hispánico’s “Doña Perón,” choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa studies the enigmatic, charismatic Argentine icon.
Behind the holiday classic lies an unsavory history that may change the way you think about it.
At the Kennedy Center, comic toys and clever animals steal the show in a "Nutcracker" production especially geared for children.
“I only want to write things that move," says Andy Blankenbuehler, writer-director-choreographer of off-Broadway’s “Only Gold.”
Resident choreographers add physical verve to the static world of art exhibitions. But carefully. Very carefully.
Nothing is as it seems with this brilliant dance journey performed at the Kennedy Center.
The name of the Vladimir Putin critic was removed from his ballets in the Russian companies.
Cloud Gate Dance Theatre captivates with the extravagant beauty of its dancers.
She departs next year to become one of the artistic directors of the Houston Ballet.
The choreographer has created “The Look of Love,” an homage to the 1960s-70s pop hitmaker that his company will perform at the Kennedy Center from Oct. 26-29.
One of the nation's top entertainers, Hazel Scott blew up piano jazz in the 1940s. Then she vanished. A Washington arts presenter and Dance Theatre of Harlem are launching a revival.
The classical company of war exiles will dance new “Giselle” by famed choreographer Alexei Ratmansky; guest stars include top ballerina Christine Shevchenko.
Plus, nine more things you should remember about her, Hollywood history and "Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend."
This was a theater of power, its purpose to show unshakable continuity as the gears of state and crown still smoothly wheel around.
Dancer and teacher Oleksandr Shapoval, a father of two who volunteered for the army, is remembered as “a pure and bright soul.”
The art and legacies of Burt Bacharach, Eva Peron, Maya Lin and musician/activist Hazel Scott spark works around the region.
These expert entertainers offer it all: Transformation. Barbiecore. Activism.
The Grammy-winning artist, the latest of NYCB’s major music collaborators, is deeply creative with an appetite for dance.
Our dance critic tried 15 dance apps. Here’s what she learned, and her top picks for fine-tuning your moves.
New York City Ballet’s Tiler Peck and others offer hard-won wisdom on blisters, flip-flops, foot funk and ice buckets.
Washington Ballet unveils world premieres by Jessica Lang, Brett Ishida and Mthuthuzeli November, and bids farewell to two longtime dancers.
At the Kennedy Center, Tiler Peck and Sara Mearns lead an excellent cast in Balanchine's version of the Shakespeare comedy.
“Reframing the Narrative,” at the Kennedy Center June 14-19, pulls together an all-star team of Black dancers and choreographers from around the world for performances and other public e…
Outdoor highlights include American Dance Festival, Chicago SummerDance, Jacob’s Pillow and Bard SummerScape
The former ballerina's vision for American Ballet Theatre could bring the acclaimed company into the 21st century.
In production at the Warner Theatre through Sunday, the emphasis is on fine dancing, while storytelling could be sharper.
The A.I.M. founder and his dancers used weekly viewing and discussion sessions to inform “An Untitled Love,” which comes to the Kennedy Center April 29-30.
The global ballet community rallies to help young Ukrainians and families find new homes — and pursue their art.
The acclaimed ballet company can make history and look to the future by naming a woman of color as its leader.
At the Kennedy Center, an effervescent cast lifts a production geared to excite.