Working Out With Gabrielle Salvatto

The Dance Theatre of Harlem dancer uses her weekend to work on problem areas.     Salvatto rehearsing in the DTH studios. Photo by Quinn Wharton, Courtesy Pointe.   Gabrielle Salvatto doesn’t let a moment go to waste. She sees every day as an opportunity to get stronger, and even keeps a Pilates reformer in […]

Performances Onstage this Month

World premieres and stellar festivals fill April’s calendar. Burgess’ dancers in Homage. Photo by Mary Noble Ours, Courtesy Burgess.   DC Dreaming WASHINGTON, DC Science, history and research are the pride of the Smithsonian. Now, the world’s largest museum complex is also gaining a foothold in dance with its first artist in residence, Dana Tai […]

Dance Matters: Swing Into the Season

Ellington’s Nut at the Apollo   While the Apollo is a mecca for musical performers, the Harlem theater has a long heritage as a hub for dance. “From Honi Coles and Bojangles to John Bubbles, the Nicholas Brothers, the Hines Brothers, and Sammy Davis Jr.—practically every tap artist performed here at some point,” says Mikki […]

Dance Matters: Ballet Across America at the Kennedy Center

Alison Roper, Paul DeStrooper, and Damian Drake of Oregon Ballet Theatre in Kudelka’s Almost Mozart. Photo by Blaine Truitt Covert, Courtesy Kennedy Center.   In the five years since the Kennedy Center launched its Ballet Across America celebration, the focus has shifted from larger companies to those smaller in size, but large in impact. In this […]

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