Are Dancers Secretly Physicists in Disguise?

Back in 2011, Yale University’s dean of science was thinking about refreshing the program’s offerings for non-majors when he happened upon a Pilobolus performance. A light bulb went off: Dance is full of physics. That realization led to what has become an eight-year collaboration between particle physicist Sarah Demers and former New York City Ballet […]

6 Can't-Miss Shows This November, Chosen By DM Editors

The fall performance season continues at breakneck speed with everything from an international ballet company making its U.S. debut to a retrospective on one of New York City’s most iconic dancemakers—not to mention more than a few intriguing new works. Here’s what we’ve got pencilled in. Have Your Cake Hans van Manen’s Trois Gnossiennes. Photo […]