The performances themselves fall flat.
Porchlight’s production is fun, but lacks depth.
The dance troupe recreates the spirit of an old roller rink and a traveling road show.
Grant James Varjas’s new play is a band rehearsal in real time—and it gets really loud.
In a new multimedia piece, choreographer Okwui Okpokwasili shows off the strength of Nigerian women throughout history.
In its spring show, Jan Bartoszek’s troupe plays with space and geometry.
For two weekends, dancers, poets, curators, visual artists, and ecologists will gather at Columbia College to talk about movement.
There will be events all month, all over to get you on your feet
The company returns to the Auditorium Theatre this weekend for a retrospective of the resident choreographer’s work.
“The story has been through a lot of different points of view, and I want to unite them.”
Facing retirement, choreographer Lin Hwai-min brings his career full circle.
The Reader critics’ guide to the annual fringe festival
“When you have silence and stillness,” she says, “you start to sense how movement is precious.”
See the world premieres of eight new musicals.
The four-day-long festival explores the links between racial injustice and language.