. . . and flashing its noisy footwork.
A choreographer wins big for virtual steps
Second wind blows into the Yard's sails
Who said modern dance wasn't fun?
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Saints and sinners tangle in myths ancient and pomo
Chris Elam's choreographic knots tell us much about ourselves
From Paris in the spring to a Delancey Street parking lot, the French make their move
When a dance 'speaks' to us, does the choreographer always know what it's trying to say?
Choreography That Interprets Feminism From Behind the Lens
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