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An Interview With Choreographer Dana Tai Soon Burgess by Rick Westerkamp

In preparation for his show on September 21st, 22 and 23 at 8 PM at The Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre, I interviewed Dana Tai...

‘The Bad Boys of Dance’ at Montgomery College by Carolyn Kelemen

Bad Boys get folks begging for more The Bad Boys of Dance, with guest artist Adrienne Canterna of Pretty Girls of Dance, attracts an audience...

A Preview of Dance in DC and Baltimore by Carolyn Kelemen

Take a bite out of dance Call it intuition, cultural channeling or just a hunch, but the feeling here is that this is going to...

‘Paul Taylor Dance Company’ at Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center by...

If tonight’s performance by the Paul Taylor Dance Company is anything to go on, this year’s season at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center...

An Appreciation of Post Dance Critic Alan M. Kriegsman by Carolyn...

Each ballet season at the Kennedy Center Opera House, dancers flock to see the company chosen for the opening program. This year, the Mariinsky (a.k.a....

‘Double Consciousness’ by Holly Bass and Jaamil Olawale Kosoko at...

Double Consciousness is a fierce amalgam of the creative personalities of performance artists Holly Bass and Jaamil Olawale Kosoko. It is a unique and...

Dance Review: Bill T. Jones and the Arnie Zane Dance Company...

“All art is informed by a spiritual impulse,” Bill T. Jones told fans at a Columbia Festival of the Arts workshop in 1994, which...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Donna Has a Boyfriend: A...

Donna Has a Boyfriend is a collection of three works from critically acclaimed postmodern dance company darlingdance. The show consists of (The Censoring of)...

‘Giselle’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Romantic Giselle gets new life When The Paris Opera Ballet performs Giselle at The Kennedy Center through the weekend, you won’t see the traditional, slow entrance...

‘Bolshoi Ballet’s Coppélia’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Bolshoi Ballet adds comic flair to Coppélia Subtlety has never been considered a characteristic of the Bolshoi Ballet. The reputation of the 236-year-old Russian company suggests...

‘Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’ at The Lyric by Carolyn Kelemen

Ailey gets audiences begging for more More than any other major dance company, the world famous Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater attracts an audience looking for a...

Alicia Graf Mack: Dancing with Ailey American Dance Theater at The...

Alicia’s talent just keeps growing by leaps and bounds. The phones have been ringing off the hooks with callers wanting to know which shows Columbia’s...

Dance Review: ‘Noism’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelermen

If off-the wall comedy, space-age dancing, technical wonders, and choreography that defies definition turn you on, catch tonight’s performance of choreographer/lighting designer/architect/poet Jo Kanamori’s contemporary...

An Interview with Come Fly Away’s Ashley Blair Fitzgerald by Carolyn...

Ashley Blair Fitzgerald swings back into town When you dance in a Twyla Tharp show, you’ve got to do more than pirouettes or pretty ballet steps. Tharp’s...

‘ALICE (in wonderland)’ at The Washington Ballet by Carolyn Kelemen

Alice (in La La Land) takes us on a heady trip Moments before last night’s world premiere of ALICE (in wonderland), Septime Webre bounced onto...

An Interview with CityDance’s Lorraine Spiegler by Jane Coyne

I recently had the opportunity to visit with Lorraine Spiegler - Director of Studio Education of and Conservatory at CityDance. CityDance is a wonderful arts organization,...

New York City Ballet at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

  New York City Ballet Carries on the Message of the Master Ballet troupes have their ups and downs and dancers come and go, but the New...