March’s performance calendar is action-packed, with perspective-shifting premieres from women choreographers, ambitious works touring to the U.S., a pair of Broadway musicals inspired by popular novels, and more.
A pair of festivals, a pair of premieres, and a rare North American tour—the performances in this month’s lineup are well worth braving the cold weather to see.
Unexpected collaborations, women-led ballets, superstar choreographers turning their talents to opera and musical theater, singular dancemakers wrestling with issues of labor, environmental justice, and more—here’s what our contributors are looking forward to most as the 2023–24 season gets underway.
Dance artists are increasingly inspired by the generative potential of AI, whether as a choreographic tool, a topic to probe onstage, or an entryway into the broader intersection of dance and technology.
Pontus Lidberg talks about working with Wendy Whelan, on the inevitable comparisons to fellow Swedish choreographer Mats Ek, and framing what the audience sees in making dance for film.