Poetica’s “engagement,” Featuring Khadija Griffith and Ryan Steele

Intimate and authentic, “engagement” features dancers Khadija Griffith and Ryan Steele, whose credits both include Broadway, in the newest film by Poetica, an alt-folk-pop group. Set to musical spoken word by Rachael Sage, a former dancer who trained at the School of American Ballet, the film explores love and listening in the realm of relationships. […]

ADM21 in “Our Favorite Son” from The Will Rogers Follies

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century’s latest release is “Our Favorite Son,” from the Tony-winning musical The Will Rogers Follies. The film features both the show-stopping number, choreographed by Tommy Tune (with Jeff Calhoun as associate choreographer), and interviews with cast members. It was directed by Joshua Bergasse and conceived by ADM21 founder Nikki […]

MN Dance Company in “Horizons Into Battlegrounds”

On an otherworldly white landscape, Michal Rynia and Nastja Bremec Rynia dance to Woodkid’s “Horizons Into Battlegrounds.” The pair are artistic directors of Slovenia’s MN Dance Company. Shot by Fabris Šulin, with sound design by Matej Čelik, the film captures partnering choreography that’s full of unexpected transitions and striking sculptural shapes.

An Exclusive Look at the Trailer to “Joy Womack: The White Swan”

Stories of Joy Womack’s experiences dancing in Russia have made multiple headlines over the years. Now, a new documentary goes behind the scenes to show what it was like on the ground. Joy Womack: The White Swan, by Dina Burlis and Sergey Gavrilov, premieres December 10 in select theaters, virtual cinema, video on demand and […]

“STRENGTH,” Featuring Dancer Mishay Petronelli

In this short film “STRENGTH,” by director Casey Brooks, dancer Mishay Petronelli speaks about the power of vulnerability. As she dances through an empty warehouse space, she shares how her muscular physique has pigeonholed her into being seen as “strong”—but she’s found that embracing both strength and vulnerability actually provides the most opportunities.

Jennifer Weber’s “While You Were Gone”

During the many months that theaters sat empty, did you ever wonder what went on inside of them? Choreographer Jennifer Weber‘s new short film “While You Were Gone” follows breaker Gabriel Emphasis using the entire theater at The Bushnell in Hartford, Connecticut, as his own personal stage, before being joined outside by a whole crew […]

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