See Asian dance in NYC, Alonzo King free and more

April 15, 2010

Broaden your horizons at New York’s
Engendered Dance Festival.
Hosting works by Indian, Pakistani, British, Canadian, and American choreographers, it explores gender, sexuality, ritual, and religion in South Asian Dance and its diaspora. The festival, April 20-25, includes master classes, workshops and performances. Student tickets for performances and workshops are only $25.


You’ve seen his dances, now hear him speak!
Alonzo King
will be featured Monday, April 26, at San Francisco’s Margaret Jenkins Dance Lab. The salon-style session is followed by an audience Q&A and reception. Price tag? Free!


For an evening of exciting, diverse—and cheap—dance theater, go to
North Carolina Dance Theatre
’s first annual Director’s Choice series, featuring Balanchine’s Apollo, Mark Godden’s Constructing Juliet, and a world premiere by Complexions Ballet artistic director Dwight Rhoden. May 13–15. Tickets start at $20.