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‘Reframing the Narrative’ at KenCen spotlights Black excellence in ballet

Two distinct programs featured three companies that center Black and Brown dancers, choreographers, and artistic directors.

Flying V presents a poignant and visceral ‘More Than 90 Miles...

As the solo performer Colette Krogol combines her dancing with sound, poetry, and mages, it feels like she is processing generational trauma.

Havana-based Malpaso Dance Company steps out at The Clarice

Four pieces showcased ten dancers’ drive, indomitable spirit, and unassailable technical abilities.

‘The Other Side’ at KenCen turns a kids’ book into uplift

The five young dancers electrify the stage. It is impossible not to feel called to join in their fun and games.

‘Riverdance’ refresh: An exhilarating ride of pride and precision

This '25th Anniversary Show' company is nothing short of superhuman.

Step Afrika!’s exuberant ‘Drumfolk’ makes DC debut at Strathmore 

Inspired by the Stono Rebellion, this show brings history to life in smashingly real stepping glory.

A Venezuelan American’s ‘English with an Accent’ to play GALA April...

The original dance-theater work by Migguel Anggelo chronicles an immigrant caterpillar’s quest for the 'American Dream.'

‘Momentum’ by Ballet Theatre of Maryland shows intimate variety

This collection of six short pieces offers something for all sorts of dance lovers to enjoy, from classical to contemporary.

Guide to the Atlas Intersections Festival, February 26 to March 13

A three-weekend celebration presenting 22 performances in story, movement, and sound.

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates choreography of Robert Battle

A tribute at Kennedy Center to his tenth anniversary as artistic director of the company and a collection of his dances on a single program.

Two men hold on in Britta Joy Peterson’s ‘And Now, Hold...

An exquisite performance shows us that two people sharing space create a universe of possibilities.

in ‘Xenos’ at Kennedy Center, Akram Khan dances to the end...

A rumination on identity, memory, death, life, and regeneration — a portrait of humanity captive to demons.

GALA’s flamenco festival wraps with cathartic ‘De paso’

Sara Pérez and company stripped GALA’s theater back to bare walls and floor, to give us the authentic experience of pure flamenco.

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE takes a soul-infused journey from mercy to grace

At Kennedy Center, a rich triptych of works with historical underpinnings of the African American experience. 

Dance and acting blend thrillingly in ‘Giselle’ from Ballet Theatre of...

Drama and emotion as the company returns home to Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.

Paul Taylor Dance Company opens Kennedy Center dance season with verve

Two familiar works ease us back into the theater on a high note.

Ragamala Dance Company to present free world premiere Sept. 11–12 at...

Site-specific work imagines a metaphorical world of immortality.

Jane Franklin Dance to kick off season in art gallery August 27

A new dance by Roxann Morgan Rowley about resilience will be performed by dancers over 40.

Chamber Dance Project takes bold step back to normalcy

An evening of choreography titled 'Tear the Edge,' featuring four world premieres, comes to National Cathedral Sunday, July 18.

Bowen McCauley Dance to take last bows, gives penultimate performance

As the dance world eases back to stages, Bowen McCauley Dance was among the first to dip a toe in to test the waters,...