Symbiosis Arts co-founder Braeden Barnes is exposing Denver audiences to a fresh, global perspective on dance. Here's what he tol
The annual #Dance4OurLives programs are an inspiring story, and a promising one, so of course we wanted to find out as much as we could about it. We asked GiGi Tonyé to share her story and her vision with us in a little more depth, and here's what she told us:
Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble Artistic Director and choreographer Sara Maslanka tells us about the evolution of "i bet you think this dance is about you," from solo work to full ensemble production. Here's what she told us:
Yoshinojo Fujima (aka Rika Lin) tells DancerMusic about her unique approach to evolving the art form of classical Japanese dance in "Beyond the Box III: Suji - Lines of Tradition." Here's what she told us:
DancerMusic writer Crystal Gurrola interviews forward. the movement founders Kaytee Cox and Ally Sanov on the company's debut performance.
Dezza Dance's performance of "Deep Roots" will take place on April 5th and 6th at Vancouver's Aberthau Mansion / West Point Grey Community Centre. DancerMusic's Melissa Panetta had the chance to speak with Desirée Dunbar, and here's what she told us.
ABT Dancer Rachel Richardson compares "Whipped Cream" with beloved classic "The Nutcracker" to give us an in-depth look at the whimsy that choreographer Alexei Ratmansky and visual artist Mark Ryden will bring to Chicago's Auditorium Theatre. Here's what she told us:
Praize Productions Inc. CEO and founder Enneressa Davis tells us all about the inspiration, creative process and artists that bring their latest production, "Smells Like Freedom," to life. Here's what she told us:
CTT Founder and Artistic Director Mark Yonally shares his personal tap journey and how it continues to influence the nature of the company's work and productions. Here's what he told us:
In Urban Bush Women's Hair and Other Stories, hair is used as the jumping off point to begin a conversation about colorism and racism. Since its founding in 1984 by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, UBW has sought to "bring the untold and under-told histories and stories of disenfranchised people to light through dance." To this day the company stays true to its mission and artistic vision, and audiences can see the evidence of their drive and passion to push that mission and vision forward in Hair and Other Stories. Furthermore, upon learning more about the performance or physically being present for it, you'll soon discover that each of UBW's core values is also represented in the work. One such example is UBW validates the individual by recognizing the importance of hair stories from people of all backgrounds and ethnicities. They are an ear that is eternally and openly listening to anyone who has a story to tell; you can even submit a story to them at anytime via the Story Booth on their website. The company also has an long standing partnership with The People's Institute of Survival and Beyond (PISAB) - an organization devoted to undoing racism community programs, workshops and other educational experiences. To learn more about Hair and Other Stories, DancerMusic Dance Editor Kristi Licera caught up with Urban Bush Women Associate Artistic Director Chanon Judson. Here's what she told us: