A mixed bill shows off contemporary ballet’s ills.
The Joffrey’s 2016, $4 million commissioned production of Christopher Wheeldon’s Nutcracker returns to the Auditorium for another season. As spectacle, there is surely no more lavish rendition of the holiday classic. Set […]
“Why did it happen?” is the central question in Julia Rhoads and Leslie Buxbaum Danzig’s dance-theater piece, where “it” is a moving target.
Expect to have fun at Thank You for Coming: Play.
The dancer-choreographer’s latest solo work is fraught with duality.
The company and its offshoot Tango 21 Dance Theater preserve the Argentine form.
Set to Sufjan Stevens, the dancer-choreographer’s Year of the Rabbit lives up to the program’s title.
The rounded shapes and rolling motions of Molly Shanahan’s new solo piece, My Name Is a Blackbird, remind me of Merce Cunningham—though they bear no resemblance to his spiky, tense […]
A happy marriage between live blues and modern dance can’t involve swishy arm waving in the Jules Feiffer cartoon mode. But the pairing works if the choreographer is willing to […]
Choreographer Brian Jeffery gets less ephemeral