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Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Genesis performed by Eastman, Antwerp, Belgium and Yabin Studio, Beijing, China.
I have a slight Diaghilev complex.
Laura Gutierrez at Nicole Longnecker Gallery
Annabelle Lopez Ochoa Returns to Dance Salad
Avant Chamber Ballet Blooms in Dallas
The top ten visual and performing arts events across Texas.
The phrase “pop-up” entered our vocabulary a while back and refers to just about anything
Dallas Black Dance Theatre Offers Historic Works
The McNay Explores Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes
Two New Ballets in Texas
Laura Gutierrez, Connor Walsh + Friends at Nicole Longnecker Gallery
Our top picks for visual and performing arts events across Texas for January 2015.
Anyone who has seen Andrew Garrison's Trash Dance might find it hard to look at…
Another year has come and gone on the Texas cultural landscape and I was there…
021 Urban Songline at the Blaffer Art Museum
Ate9 performs Mouth to Mouth on Feb. 7 as part of ERJCC’s Dance Month. Photo…
Dance Source Houston Offers Residencies to Three Texas Dance Artists
Diavolo Stops in Houston & Dallas
Houston Ballet's Jubilee of Dance
CAMH's Double Life Examines the Boundaries of Performance
I danced my first solo when I was 10 years old, in a flamenco competition…
A + C Writers Look Back at 2014 and Ahead to 2015
Some of you will be looking for something else to do besides the usual holiday…
Kelly Myernick is already well into her second career, being a mother to her adorable…
November Dance in Dallas
Danielle Georgiou moves into the Wyly Theatre, 6th Floor Studio Theatre
On Sep. 26, The Firebird opened Ballet Austin’s 2014-2015 season with choreography by artistic director…
Sometimes, a theater seat can feel a touch like a form of captivity.
Although Austin’s Tapestry Dance Company is entering its 26th season
Joshua L. Peugh is the artistic director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance in Dallas.
The dancers stare straight ahead, looking like a perfectly unified ensemble
Kudos to the folks at Houston Cinema Arts Festival, Nov. 12-16
Perhaps the most startling thing about watching Martha Graham’s 1944 ballet Appalachian Spring
After a successful season opener with John Neumeier's enchanting A Midsummer Night's Dream
Texas appears to be going through a dance festival renaissance.
Artistic director Gabriel Zertuche calls Ballet San Antonio “the little company that can.”
In traditional classical ballet, the corps de ballet is, more often than not relegated to…
When a ballet company is run by a leading dancemaker, which is the case in…
Contemporary dance in Texas is in motion.