Melissa Toogood infused the Feast of Cunningham with ease as a soloist and in duets with Calvin Royal III.
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Ms. Pittman talks about focusing inward, learning to line dance and her new work, “Came Up in a Lonely Castle.”
Ms. Brown’s superbly danced “ink,” the final piece in her trilogy on African-American identity, flies by — a conclusion and a conjuring.
Louis Mofsie, the director of the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, talks about the history and mission of his group, the oldest of its kind in New York.
Jen Rosenblit’s new work at the Chocolate Factory is built around acts of crumbling, disintegration and dispersal.
In his dense and wickedly funny piece, Miguel Gutierrez keeps an environment in flux while somehow holding it all together.
The weeklong First Nations Dialogues sets out to challenge the idea that Indigenous performance fits any single description.
In the dance “To the Things Themselves!,” the choreographer Neil Greenberg creates a world that’s easy to enjoy, a series of moments to get lost in.
The cast of Larissa Velez-Jackson’s curious, charming, and category-defying show includes seniors from a neighborhood center.