Four films from this year's fest
Jill Johnston died on September 18, following a stroke nine days earlier. The shock waves are reverberating. Perhaps we thought she was indestructible. Jill began to write about dance for The Village Voice in 1959, four years after Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher, and Norman Mailer founded the small, feisty ... More >>
Not all dances inhabit an ivory tower
Female choreographers send out sparks
A Finn teaches us about our spiritual heritage
Mommy, there's a Momix under my bed!
A dance company turns 60. Light those candles!
An upstate lab nurtures fine performers
Shaker fervor in a contemporary guise
A bright troupe in from the prairie channels Garrison Keillor
Pack the word postmodern away temporarily and relish harmony
Chelsea theaters hold a plethora of dancing, dramatic images, and complex metaphors
Opening closet doors, writers reveal dancers' racial, political, and sexual struggles
New Cinderella Comes to Town, and Old Gems Shine
From Martha to Hip-HopNew Yorkers, Its All Ours!
New Twists to Old Shticks
Love and Death in Town and Country
Ancient & Postmodern, Irish & American, Lives & Deaths
Something Old, Something New
An Anniversary Season, a Return Visit, and a New York Debut
Renewing the Old
Those Feet Were Meant for Dancing
Dancers on the Page