What Kyle Abraham has done is to conjure up a wonderfully confusing vision into the myriad possibilities raised by the cycle of death and life again.
The struggle is to define what the problem is – and to allow the questions to have big, destabilizing, and more honest answers.
Love, anger, frustration, hope, sadness, lullabies — they are all here through movement that is at turns elegant and awkward, nuanced and propulsive.
The Ailey dancers’ demands around salaries and the length of their contracts reflect the resurgent strength of organized labor in the cultural sector.
The Just and the Blind sends a needed and powerful message — it is 2022, we need to wake up!
Sankofa Danzafro’s Accommodating Lie, is a bold work of art that delivers an indispensable history lesson.
“I believe artists create a safe space for unsafe ideas in our world.”
Energizing, joyful, expert, close to sure-fire, Chasing Magic was a great choice to reopen A.R.T. after the long pandemic shutdown.
Elizabeth Howard talks to Stephen Petronio, choreographer, dancer, and the artistic director of the Stephen Petronio Company, about what plans forward-thinking artists have for the future.
I can still feel the exhilaration, the rush of the opening of things, from that day.