The theatrical magic is in the details, and the details keep changing.
Author Archives: By JACK ANDERSON
Since its founding in 1959, Nederlands Dans Theater has been remarkably venturesome.
Bodytraffic and Doug Elkins Choreography, Etc. are sharing the Joyce this week.
The British choreographer Russell Maliphant has long been fascinated by sculpture and light.
A dance troupe is dedicated to preserving and performing musical-theater choreography.
Ms. Hering, immersed in the New York dance world, eventually used her leverage to promote regional scenes around the country.
Wang Yuanyuan blends traditional Chinese dance with ballet and modern dance in “Wild Grass.”
For the first time since its inception in 1982, the Downtown Dance Festival will take place in Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park in Lower Manhattan, with views of New York Harbor.
Just as there are fusion cuisines — and you never know what they’re like until you try them — so, too, there’s fusion dance.
Since its founding 50 years ago by E. Virginia Williams, one of the pioneers of American regional ballet, the Boston Ballet has steadily broadened its outlook.