Performances Onstage This Month

    Hypnotic NEW YORK CITY Endless repetition can drive audiences out of the theater, but a gifted choreographer can make watching the same phrase over and over with subtle changes fascinating. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is one of those rare ones. Four of her early works from the 1980s are coming to Lincoln Center […]

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 […]

Injury as Opportunity

When a dancer walks in the room it’s obvious. They are unusually glowing and fit, wearing telltale comfortable clothes and sensible, if not fashion-forward shoes. Their body and posture stand out from the crowd as somehow “more right” and confident than the people around them. But each of our bodies also holds a map charting […]

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