Plus Paradigm, Karole Armitage, and other spring dance picks
We grow old. So what else is new?
Approaching feelings sideways and upside down
Improvising dance is like cooking with no recipe and whatever ingredients you've got
Seven choreographers pay homage to a master artist; another probes the strangeness of life
Autumn in New York kicks off with a feast of choreography
Winding through love's tortuous paths with composers more than two centuries apart
From Paris in the spring to a Delancey Street parking lot, the French make their move
Emerging Dance Troupes Move to Their Own Beat
New Choreography by Swanson, Curran, and a Clutch of Downtowners
Graham Center Wins a Round in Court and Wakes Up Choreographers
June Blooms: Tribeca to Chelsea to Lincoln Center
Those Feet Were Meant for Dancing
Is It Time To Move Beyond Multiculturalism?