Valery Todorovsky’s sprawling story has TV movie gloss, but doesn't ignore social ills.
The first half was intense; the second's individualistic focus somehow prevented the piece from transcending four simultaneous solos.
Looking like a kind of glam, interstellar Blue Man on his small, wooden platform, Ralph Escamillan turns limbs to liquid at Dancing on the Edge fest.
Oath-Midnight Rain's Buddhist-symbolic characters like Flower, Grass, and Insect are not at all what you'd expect.
If you’re familiar with Ohad Naharin's witty, fourth-wall-busting creation, you know about the treat that Ballet BC had in store for audience members in the last piece.
That Telford could take such heavy concepts--even quantum physics--and interpret them through dance speaks to her abilities to put poetry in motion.
With equal amounts of sass and technique, these innovative ice skaters tear up the sheet of ice. Pity Britannia’s Zamboni driver.
Alienation, yearning, a sense of limbo, and tons of fog flood a work that takes an avant-garde, multimedia look at Hong Kong's final handover to Chinese rule
The all-male troupe effortlessly pulls off back flips, top spins, hand stands, and cartwheels, but always as part of Koubi's sculptural formations
“Movement, in its purest form, is above gender.”