Is It Ever Okay to Leave a Performance During Curtain Call?

Last week, I attended a show I’d been eagerly anticipating: Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise at The Shed, a brand-new performance venue in New York City. Not only was I looking forward to Akram Khan’s choreography (not to mention a sword-wielding PeiJu Chien-Pott and remixes of Sia’s music), but I was anxious to get a taste […]

How AT&T Angered Broadway

You don’t have to explain the value of dance as an art form to dancers. It’s a belief we readily embrace—knowing that movement has the power to evoke feelings we’re not always conscious of, to help us connect on a deeper level. And I can imagine that actors similarly endorse their craft, as do the majority […]