Yve Laris Cohen’s piece, honoring Painting Space 122, is a conversation between painting and performance.
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Reggie Wilson’s Platform for Danspace Project considers the importance of houses of worship in the largely secular world of contemporary dance.
Along with a building renovation came a rebranding — and some upset. To what extent does a name matter?
A talk with Hadar Ahuvia, whose “Everything you have is yours?” explores folk dance in Israel and her own identity.
Mina Nishimura’s new work at Danspace creates not so much a world, but an atmosphere, a web of activity on the brink of dissolving.
Performance Space 122 has a new name and renovated digs. Jenny Schlenzka, its director, envisions a “vital center for community.”
Michelle Dorrance’s show at the Joyce confirms her command of her form.
Two 1980s dances return to the Ailey repertory: “Shelter,” a potent statement about homelessness, and the rambunctious “Stack-Up.”
Jaamil Olawale Kosoko’s “Séancers” wonders what the experience of loss, both personal and cultural, reveals.
Our guide to dance performances.