Indigo Grey: The Passage is based on the live, immersive show experience of the same name which is slated to open in New York in 2016. Its success in the film festival circuit is helping further the Hammerstep movement as more people are discovering and rediscovering Irish dance as well as how it has evolved.
That's exactly what happened last week when pro-dancers Michael O'Meara and Nikki Mac Loone tied the knot. Because many of
All she ever asked for was her food, her time outside, some chew toys, and occasional belly rubs. In exchange, she gave an extraordinary amount of loyalty, affection and entertainment.
The show was a fascinating exploration into the dance style, which is almost never seen on shows like "So You Think You Can
Flatley took Celtic step dancing beyond its traditions and established an international audience for the form. Lord of the Dance 3D theatrically debuted this week for a limited run.