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3 hrs ago | InStyle
Though deep in the heart of the most touristy area of the city, you walk into a surprisingly intimate, immersive dinner theater experience.
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5 hrs ago | WNYMedia.net
Proud to be firmly installed in the new-funk movement, KUNG FU is quickly popularizing their unique sonic contribution, blurring the line between intense electro-fusion, and blistering dance arrangements.
9 hrs ago | NOLA.com
In a one-time only performance, New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint will take the stage with renowned Parsons Dance artists and eight talented high school students fom New Orleans Ballet Academy on May 10 at the Mahalia Jackson Theater.
10 hrs ago | DanceJournal
Philadelphia's MM2 Modern Dance Company will be offering three FREE programs this spring at The Porch at 30th Street Station.
13 hrs ago | Hilobrow
Facing all fronts and occupying serial centers, MERCE CUNNINGHAM stands at the pivot point of 20th-century performance; along with partner and collaborator John Cage, he initiated the critical freedoms taken up in postmodern dance.
Born 20 years apart, U.S. dancer-choreographers Trisha Brown and Stephen Petronio are related artistically yet about as different as their genders.
TODAY at NJPAC in partnership with Alvin Ailey Dance Company, there will be a panel discussion on Alvin Ailey's Revelations: A Fresh Look at a Classic.
With old-timey string tunes that'll lift your spirits and your knees, the Carolina Chocolate Drops know how to get the party hopping like no other revivalist band can.
Spring comes in leaps and bounds with the return of Philly's own modern dance company Philadanco performing Blood, Sweat, and Dance, Thursday -Saturday, April 17-19, 2014, at Perelman Theater.
The Austin Dance Fest at Cafe Dance in central Austin is an exciting development on the dance scene.
One of the most interesting young choreographers today Swedish Stina Nyberg, with a sharp contemporary expression, lets the dancers create music and movements in an integrated work of art in which choreography, sound and light are equal.
"Living legend" is used so frequently, some elevated version of the phrase seems necessary to capture the full stature of modern-dance giant Paul Taylor.
"Goddamn, Iggy Azalea is fine as hell," is what anyone and everyone must be thinking after watching the Australian-born rapper's recent music video for "Fancy," which is a spot-on ode to 1995's Clueless.
I was introduced to Paul Taylor when I was about nine years old. My father, Bob Geis, was a Public Affairs Officer for the United States Information Agency in Leningrad in the late 1970s.