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  • Vail International Dance Festival announces its 2015 schedule
    Vail International Dance Festival announces 2015 schedule
    The Vail International Dance Festival announces its 2015 schedule to be held July 27 through August 10, marking its 27th season with world premieres, exceptional debuts, and captivating collaborations. Located in the pristine alpine community of...
  • Sculpture sets someone else's  scene
    Visual art reduced to shilling for performing art
    To bring in younger audiences, New York City Ballet’s recent 3rd annual “Art Series” displayed 15 glass sculptures of life-size dancers in the pedestrian approach to the Lincoln Center.Using visual art like some chichi signboard...
  • San Francisco Ballet’s Double Bill - photographs too gorgeous not to publish
    San Francisco Ballet’s Double Bill - photographs too gorgeous not to publish
    Prior to the opening of San Francisco Ballet’s Double Bill - currently running at the War Memorial Opera House - this column published a preview of the program, which features the Jerome Robbins masterpiece, Dances at a Gathering, and Liam...
  • Chicagoland celebrates dance all month, and then some
    Chicagoland celebrates dance all month, and then some
    Chicago Dance Month will last more than 30 days with special performances, classes, educational opportunities, open rehearsals and other events presented by Audience Architects from March 28 through May 3.Until then, the Trinity Academy of Irish...
  • Malpaso Dance Company
    Malpaso Dance Company proves their relevance in contemporary dance
    As part of the Kelly Strayhorn Theater’s World Stage Series, Malpaso Dance Company made their Pittsburgh premiere over the weekend. The company is based in Havana, and was founded just three years ago. Dance Magazine already named them as...
  • March is marked by special dance events
    March is marked by special dance events
    National and international talent comes to Chicago’s Smart Bar on Clark Street for Daphne: A Women’s Movement.“This March, in celebration of women's history month, we bring together a diverse community of artists to lead a...
  • EDM mirror dancer
    Glamour and Glow Las Vegas February 2015: Wearable EDM Tech in Action
    Las Vegas saw something new last week Feb 18, 2015 at the Glamour and Glow Event put on by host Dave Soko at LAX Luxor Hotel and Casino. Wearable technology is now in demand. There were many creations of very original designs never seen before at...
  • Season 19 winners Witney Carson and Alfonso Ribeiro
    DWTS Season 20 cast revealed
    This morning ABC's Good Morning America revealed the Season 20 cast of stars who will all vie for the mirror ball trophy. The season will air beginning Monday, March 16 at 7 p.m. MST on Albuquerque's KASA channel 7. This season marks the...
  • 'Between'
    Attack Theatre celebrates 20 years with their latest work, ‘Between’
    Anyone who has been to an Attack Theatreproduction knows that the artistic directors, Michele de la Reza and Peter Kope, are capable of putting on a grand performance. In a recent show, the two transformed a seemingly bleak, but huge empty space....
  • Celia Ipiotis, Vicky Shick, Christine Dakin, & Neil Greenberg (1990)
    EYE ON DANCE Public Screening - The Language of Dance: Mar. 2
    On Monday, Mar. 2 Gibney Dance Center's Sorry I Missed Your Show program presents a free, public screening of the 1990 EYE ON DANCE episode on The Language of Dance: Deciphering the Code.Produced by Celia Ipiotis and Jeffrey Bush, EYE ON DANCE...
  • Love, English style
    Love In the Park for Valentine
    In Baltimore, Druid Hill is the most famous park. It has a swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, picnic areas, lovers hideouts. What if this park was closed to the public, and owned by one family?. It would be a throwback to sheer opulence...
  • San Francisco Ballet's Double Bill - works by Robbins & Scarlett
    San Francisco Ballet's Double Bill - works by Robbins & Scarlett
    In the fourth program of this 2015 season, San Francisco Ballet pairs a work by master choreographer Jerome Robbins - his Dances at a Gathering - with Hummingbird, a recent ballet by one of today’s most promising young creators of dance,...
  • Maria Caruso in 'My Journey'
    Maria Caruso retires from the Bodiography stage with ‘My Journey’
    Fourteen years ago, Maria Caruso set out to build a professional platform for ballet dancers with varying body types. Out of that desire, Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company was born. Since 2001, she and her dancers have performed multiple...
  • Slowdanger in performance
    Slowdanger presents latest meditation on memory
    Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight have always been interested in memory. As the artistic duo, Slowdanger, the two have choreographed three previous works on the subject. Their latest piece is the fourth installment, called memory 3: swimmoon.The...
  • Classic and contemporary Quadruple Bill for San Francisco Ballet
    Classic and contemporary Quadruple Bill for San Francisco Ballet
    San Francisco Ballet presents a Quadruple Bill for its third program of the season - Variations for Two Couples by Hans van Manen, William Forsythe’s The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, the world premiere of Company member Myles Thatcher...