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The Dance Theatre of Harlem is sending their message through dance for the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
Dance Theatre of Harlem collaborated with India.Arie for the film "High Above."
MoBBallet wants to show that black ballet artists are not unicorns.
American Ballet Theatre New York City Center's Fall For Dance Festival features many familiar faces, including Alvin Ailey
Today, with more training opportunities available to talented young black students, filling the pipeline for these programs remains a challenge. How do you spot talent and recruit students when they may have no idea what ballet is?
Dance Theater of Harlem's Stephanie Rae Williams on why diversity is the future of ballet.
After a company shut-down in the 2000sThe Dance Theatre of Harlem re-emerged in 2012 and started rebuilding their presence
Moses Pendleton has the humility and confidence to accept the existence of magic and repurpose it as his tool. In his latest work for Momix, he maneuvers the uneasiness of incredulity with earnestness and grace.
There was the body of a civil rights leader shot down, and rising from that tragedy would be the bodies of young and motivated African-American dancers ready to lead the charge of challenging racism head-on in the world of dance.
The return of the company to Chicago after almost 17 years was a gift to lovers of dance.
As the nation celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 20, actor Brandon J. Dirden hopes that people will not only remember King as a powerful reverend and activist, but also as an astute politician.
The dance world lost a ballet great of the 20th century earlier this year, and American Ballet Theatre, with whom he performed into his 90's, is throwing a big bash in his honor
New Yorker Aaron Miller proposed to his girlfriend, Sarah Ellson, (not their real names), in early April at the Dance Theatre
The women we look up to in the arts -- from New York City Ballet's Wendy Whelan soaring above the stage at Lincoln Center to action hero Elizabeth Streb scaling a building in London -- have their own inspiring heroines, some famous and others less known.
Also, did you know that a black women designed Jackie Kennedy's wedding dress...that Veronica Webb was the first black model