Ever since COVID-19 sent the dance world into a tail spin, artists have used the pandemic as a source of inspiration. “Will You Be OK Without Me (and other stories)” from the director-choreographer duo Kuperman Brothers is a collection of scenes expressed through dance and inspired by daily life during the pandemic. The dancers include […]
In a game of word association, “fever” might conjure answers like “pandemic” or “COVID–19,” but director Charlie Di Placido is taking us back to a more enjoyable “Fever“: Peggy Lee’s performance of the beloved jazz classic. Choreography by Miranda Chambers and Mette Linturi embodies the timeless appeal of Little Willie John’s original song and the […]
“What the Body Holds” is the final film in SKETCH FILMS: Red Thread, a four-part documentary series by contemporary ballet company Amy Seiwert’s Imagery. A collaboration between choreographer Ben Needham-Wood and filmmaker Matthew McKee, the film makes the case for movement as a healing tool for survivors of trauma and abuse. In addition to featuring […]
In “A Tango to Remember,” written, directed and edited by Severine Reisp, a wife whose husband suffers from Alzheimer’s disease attempts to revive his memory through tango, performed by Reisp and Glauco Araujo.
Many of us are spending a lot more time in the kitchen these days. Radio City Rockette Natalie Reid loves to bake––and showed us how she makes chocolate chip cookies. Watch this video to learn her recipe!
In her spare time, American Ballet Theatre corps member Kathryn Boren moonlights as a personal trainer. Certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, she trains fellow ABT dancers and also teaches a weekly Conditioning for Dancers class. While everyone is isolating inside, Boren shared her go-to home workout with Dance Magazine.
We asked American Ballet Theatre soloist Skylar Brandt to share a recipe she’s been making while sheltering in place during the pandemic. She invited us inside (digitally) to watch her make an epic ice cream sundae.
In “SET I,” MN Dance Company artistic directors Michal Rynia and Nastja Bremec Rynia embody the complexity and uncertainty of life amidst COVID-19.