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Step Afrika!’s masterpiece ‘The Migration’ returns to DC at Arena Stage

If you have never seen Step Afrika! before, know that the experience will astound. By JOHN STOLTENBERG

Sumptuous music in Opera Lafayette’s ‘Les Fêtes de Thalie’ at Kennedy...

Conductor Christophe Rousset steals the show with his interpretation of the colorful score of this work rarely heard since the 18th century. By KJ MORAN VELZ

‘Message in Bottle’ at Kennedy Center brings hope to a...

The dance show based on the songs of Sting is a feel-good portrait of one family’s journey from dispersion and loss to rebuilding their lives in a diaspora. By LISA TRAIGER

‘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.

Flamenco Aparicio Dance Co. feels family ties in GALA’s Fuego Flamenco...

The evening's 'Enredo' was all about give and take, a generosity of spirit, and love-loving fun, the essence of familia. By SUSAN GALBRAITH

With ‘Insight,’ Gin Dance Company founder Shu-Chen Cuff takes final bow

Flowers overflow Capital One Hall stage as the celebrated Taiwanese American dancer and choreographer retires from performing. By LISA TRAIGER

Rafael Ramírez breaks the macho mold in GALA’s Fuego Flamenco Festival...

He gives his all in the service of sharing the quest of the human spirit. By SUSAN GALBRAITH

Gin Dance Company’s artistic director Shu-Chen Cuff to retire from the...

Concluding her 27-year career as a professional dancer, she performs in 'Insight' November 11 at Capital One Hall.

Dance Place opens pared-down 44th season with progressive concert

For festival of new and recent works by local artists, audience walks from studio to gallery to park to theater along 8th Street. By LISA TRAIGER

Mesmerizing ‘Pixel’ at Kennedy Center is virtually now real life

The physicality of these dancers’ freedom in the midst of myriad data offers a tech-surfeited viewer vicarious liberation. By JOHN STOLTENBERG

‘Many Extra Only More’: Big homegrown dance wows

Choreographer Sarah Beth Oppenheim knows what she’s doing at every moment of this large-scale romp and rumination.

Queer healing and support in ‘Where the Bois Aren’t’ by PrioreDance

Seen at Keegan Theatre, the dance communicated choreographer Robert J. Priore's experience of personal loss alongside a promising tomorrow.

Red Sky Performance honors fire, air, water, and earth at Kennedy...

Canadian Native choreographer Sandra Laronde traces her people’s origin story in multisensory 'Miigis: Underwater Panther.'

World-class ‘Cerrando el círculo’ opens GALA’s Fuego Flamenco Festival XVIII

The weekend program, the first of three, was directed and choreographed by Antonio Granjero, the 'Baryshnikov of Spanish Dance.'

Mark Morris goes back to Bacharach in ‘The Look of Love’...

His dance group's newest work is set to the 1960s and '70s hits of pop icon Burt Bacharach.

Exclusive preview of GALA’s 18th international Fuego Flamenco Festival

Abel López, GALA’s associate producing director, and Edwin Aparicio, festival creator and curator, tell what to expect.

‘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.

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

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