From annual staples returning with fresh surprises to thought-provoking new works, here’s what we’re excited to see this December.
An eclectic roster of Australian dance artists gathers together for the first time for DanceX. A new festival conceived and
curated by David Hallberg, artistic director of The Australian Ballet, it runs October 20–November 1 at the Arts Centre Melbourne.
We love The Nutcracker as much as the next person, but that perennial holiday classic isn’t the only thing making its way onstage this month. Here are five alternatives that piqued our editors’ curiosity. A Storm of Dancing MONTREAL Victor Quijada’s hypnotic style of gliding, floating urban dance has expanded into his largest work yet. […]
Three generations of Swedish dancemakers—Mats Ek, Johan Inger and Alexander Ekman—pay tribute to filmmaker Ingmar Bergman this month at Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo. The youngest, Ekman, will no doubt tear up the stage in a solo called Thoughts on Bergman. Inger, whose Walking Mad wowed Ailey audiences last year, has made a work for four […]