Attending Dancing With Glass, one only needs to listen to understand the guttural impact of the composer's works. But pair it with voice, film, dance, and the intensity magnifies.
During the remainder of the season, seven guest artists join New York City Ballet dancers as part of the continued celebration of the company's 75th anniversary.Read more
I am sure that if you are reading this, you have seen The Nutcracker. Well, have you ever wondered just...
Like a calming spirit embracing the energy of pre-performance jitters, George Balanchine’s voice fills the dark backstage footage that opens...
One part Night at the Museum, one part The Twilight Zone. Read more in this Texas Ballet Theater review of The Poetry of Expression, Part I.
This Pacific Northwest Ballet review delves into three works that span the company's Resident Choreographer's career at PNB and other companies.
Valeria Amiss and I had the opportunity to chat about her connection with Pennsylvania Ballet and how Dance for All was planted and continues to grow.Read more