Shantala Shivalingappa smolders as she dances the lives of the gods.
Why a production of Prince Igor was a missed opportunity to call a truce between opera and dance.
In 1924, Lidia Ivanova, George Balanchine’s “lost muse,” disappeared on the eve of their company’s first European tour. Was her death an accident?
JT’s backup dancers have made history by winning a union contract for touring artists.
How a choreographer’s love for the basic truths of the body has remained uncompromising.
Alexei Ratmansky’s Shostakovich Trilogy renders the composer’s world and life in the Soviet Union through dance at American Ballet Theatre.
Ralph Lemon’s Come Home Charley Patton
Paul Taylor Dance Company has sustained a signature style, and without having left modern dance behind.
Can the work of Merce Cunningham survive his death and the closing of his dance company?
Jennifer Homans thinks ballet is dying, its masters dead and gone. But ballet, which exists in time and leaves no record, is always dying.