A Conversation with Marquis Hill Mike Ragogna: So. The Way We Play. Exactly how is the way you play these days? Better yet
Ezra Hurwitz is a rising star in the film community who has developed a dedicated following over the last two years. A former dancer with the Miami City Ballet, he brings refined aesthetic sensibilities to cinematography and a deep passion for dance as an art form.
Martha Graham Dance Company member Lloyd Knight gives fans a glimpse behind the scenes, in honor of the company's 90th anniversary.
Ceci and I took our first dance class together in the fall of 1996, after spotting an announcement posted on the bulletin board at the café.
What takes more bravery than the choice to be yourself, to honor your truth, your intuition, over and over again, in the face of circumstances or people or surroundings that would rather you acted like someone else?
Seeing dancers rehearse is strange. First because the thing that makes dance what it is -- pure magic -- is shown pretty naked. This is very hard work. The dancers show it.
It is one of the most pressing questions of American dance: how should we preserve the work of great 20th-century choreographers who glued their style to a generation distinct and removed from our own?
Joss Carter is a young British choreographer who embodies the purest principles of fine art, having distilled them in the incubator of his own soul.
But while Baff's physical imprint on the property has been huge, it's her realized vision of Jacob's Pillow as a breeding ground for art that has made the largest impact on dance.
The American Ballet Theatre recently announced that Misty Copeland would be promoted to the role of principal dancer, the first African-American woman to be named to this esteemed role in the world of ballet.