A cartoon strip inspires Pilobolus's newest work
The choreographer steps up to Lincoln and the Civil War
In Bill T. Jones's work, dark ideas surge where water once ran
Is modern dance the new ballet?
Romantic-era composer and postmodern choreographer commune across centuries
Dancers minister to a pair of ill-fated lovers
Winding through love's tortuous paths with composers more than two centuries apart
A racist image heals a hurt in a way that has nothing, and everything, to do with racism
Two African American companies take on diverse choreographic challenges and win big
Dancing What Is, What Was, and What Would Be, and All the Shimmering Spaces Between
You're on Vacation, and for Some Reason the Theater Isn't
Inhabiting Emotion: Plains, Jungles, Quiet Seas
Three Takes on Taming Wildness
And the Message Is . . . ?