“AfroTango,” an invigorating, smartly cast new musical revue at Thalia Spanish Theatre, attempts to demonstrate that Argentinean tango dancing harbors African roots.
Backstage chats with Carnival creatives Kristin Alexis Turner and John Tartaglia about the perks of working on a cruise line, why it’s great for your performance arsenal, and unexpected talents you’ll acquire!
Astaire winner Eric LaJuan Summers and choreographer Patricia Wilcox talk about what every dancer needs to know—whether playing a member of the Jackson 5 or not.
The Louisiana Readers’ Choice winner for best dance instructor reveals how ballet and other dance classes can put some crucial tools in the actor’s toolbox.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s artistic director, Robert Battle, is raising the choreographic caliber of the company repertoire to match that of its unparalleled dancers.
American Ballet Theatre’s fall season celebrates70 years of Agnes de Mille’s “Rodeo” and offers outstanding renditions of works by Mark Morris, James Kudelka, and George Balanchine.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Dance Alliance provided dancers with almost $4 million dollars in college scholarships.
Dance Network, the first network dedicated entirely to dance, is set to launch with original and acquired programming, from competition shows to documentaries, films, and instructional performances.
The Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation is committing to its founder’s mission to bring dance to the people with the Ailey Extension. May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, and the studio is offering “real classes for real people” in its 12 studios.
Backstage chats with the vice president of artistic programs at the National YoungArts Foundation, Lisa Leone, about why organizations that help young artists are so essential, how older performers can benefit from volunteering their time, and how her students inspire her.