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 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.
Body and Soul generates a whirligig of passions — joy, frustration, pleasure, and rage.
Re-envisioning and performing this beloved classic ballet with dancers that identify as disabled seems to me to be the definition of courageous.
Community is what I miss most of all the pandemic’s deprivations—doing stuff with others.
This terrific performance was the grand finale from a beloved dance festival doing its best under enormous pressure.
Did Jacob’s Pillow want to remind us, now more than ever, of a famous phrase from a 1848 Shaker song: “Tis the gift to be simple, tis the gift to be free.”
It was a treat to see Camille A. Brown & Dancers inhabit (and elaborate on) a number of different African American dance traditions with such winning ease and grace.
The amazing Bereishit Dance Company asks how dance fits into the physical world.