Kelli O’Hara will sing from the Great American Songbook while Alan Cumming “Sings Sappy Songs”. “VIva Momix” is a treat for all ages, and Paul Taylor Dance celebrates Walt Whitman with “Beloved Renegade.” Read about Fab Faux, Bolshoi Ballet, Met Opera and David Sedaris who are also scheduled, plus much more.
Home Body’s sound is “new-wavy-electronic-a’pop’calyptic-shimmer-core that’s down to earth, vivid, and visceral. Synthesist Eric Hnatow uses old-school Korg synthesizers, drum machines, and note sequencers to build dark glitzy pop songs full of drive and surprise.”
BTG is helping make this February’s School Vacation Week fun for the whole family with the crazy Moon Mouse, the tale of Moby DIck, dramatic tales about baseball and much more.
Taking small groups of 20 on a museum tour via headphones, Big Dance Theatre uses misdirection, alienation, and confession to reposition art we thought we already knew.
For his 10th ballet for NYCB, Justin Peck amazes with a cast of more than 50, new music from composer Bryce Dessner and striking costumes from contemporary artist Marcel Dzama, all to bring Hans Christian Andersen’s dark 1870 fairy tale to the stage.
Any gay reading of Swan Lake inevitably invites comparison with Matthew Bourne’s production, yet Masilo’s is like no other you have ever seen. It’s combination of ballet and African dance is spellbinding. At UMass Amherst FAC Jan. 26.
At Wesleyan University Tatge worked with and presented dance artists such as Eiko Otake, Liz Lerman, Dorrance Dance, Alarmél Valli, Ronald K. Brown, Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Faye Driscoll, Camille A. Brown, Brian Brooks, Nora Chipaumire, and David Dorfman.