The festival’s refreshingly old-school mix this year included works exploring identity and aging, as well as a mixed bill that proved most realized.
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The author of “Dance Nation” talks about her show and female adolescence, as it plays out in dressing rooms and daydreams.
A Colorado amphitheater, a Manhattan staircase and a skating rink on Martha’s Vineyard — these are just a few of places to see incredible performances this season.
Mr. Dunn, who continues to make and perform dances at his loft in SoHo, unveils “Tandem,” an engrossing new work full of choreographic puzzles.
Lucinda Childs’s expanded “Histoire,” which had its premiere on Wednesday, is surprising not for how different it is from Graham, but for how alike.
Gesel Mason’s “No Boundaries” is a reclamation project and a feat for Ms. Mason, who performs in seven works by seven black choreographers.
Jack Ferver’s “Everything Is Imaginable” deals with fantasy, loneliness, sexuality and the trauma of growing up gay in America.
Yve Laris Cohen’s piece, honoring Painting Space 122, is a conversation between painting and performance.
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?