Carrie Ahern’s Sex Status 2.0 is a performance of desire in all of its expressions — anguished, flirty, direct, sorrowful, desperate, awkward, joyous — and, as such, essential viewing.
Hyperallergic has the exclusive premiere of the theatrical trailer for Redoubt, in which the goddess Diana becomes a modern hunter.
The documentary Three Dances and the stage musical Hungarian Nights approach modern Central European culture from vastly different standpoints.
The Skirball Cultural Center in LA will host a performance of choreographer Bella Lewitzky’s 1976 dance piece Inscape as part of the exhibition Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich.
The Grounds that Shout! project put Reggie Wilson in the role of curator as well as choreographer to present his own work alongside the dances of seven Philadelphia choreographers and companies who created the performances.
In our talk, the artistic duo of Ximena Garnica and Shige Moriya discuss how they achieved Frantic Beauty’s unique engagement with the audience’s visual, aural, olfactory, and touch sensibilities.
The documentary If the Dancer Dances follows the Stephen Petronio Company as they put their own spin on one of Cunningham’s most celebrated works.
A series of letters addressed to the deceased choreographer, who is having an exhibition at the New York Public Library.
Dwight Rhoden’s galvanizing protest rally of a ballet takes on topical issues, while bridging popular music with arguably the most conservative form of dance.
This experimental dance show has everything: astronauts, Furries, the national anthem, a pyramid of cocaine, Pope John Paul II.
Choreographer Gillian Walsh takes on dance as a “suicidal tendency” and considers mysticism in a time of global crisis.
In Café Müller and The Rite of Spring, currently playing as a double bill at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Tanztheater Wuppertal offers up catharsis followed by brutal physicality.