Ever Dreamed of Showing Work at ADF? Here's How You Can.

If you studied at the American Dance Festival in the last 84 years, you may be in for a major treat—and an incredible career opportunity. As part of its 85th-anniversary season, ADF is seeking choreography submissions from alumni of its Six Week School and Three Week School (formerly the Four Week School for Young Dancers). […]

Dive In: Where to Find the Cool Kids This Summer Festival Season

Summer festival season has arrived! From Bill T. Jones to Michelle Dorrance, Monica Bill Barnes to Marcelo Gomes, we got the inside scoop on where your faves will be appearing this year. American Dance Festival Mark Dendy Projects. Photo by Stephen Donovan, Courtesy ADF. It begins with Monica Bill Barnes & Company’s Museum Workout at […]

We Need Liz Lerman Now More Than Ever

In these times that are scary for artists and immigrants, it’s good to be reminded that dance does not have to ignore politics. Maybe that’s why more than one organization recently decided to honor Liz Lerman, an American choreographer known for working toward issues of social justice. This summer Lerman will receive both the Jacob’s […]

ADF to End Its 2016 Season in NYC

ADF will present Rosie Herrera’s work in NYC this August. Here, Herrera working with Ballet Hispanico in 2014. Photo by Moris Moreno. Last week, we announced that Jessica Lang will create a home and dance center in Long Island City, just a subway stop away from Manhattan. Now another organization is spreading its roots to […]

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