Silver Line ad features dancing on the Metro.
For a midsummer bash to mark the Bard’s 450th, check out these top dances on DVD inspired by his plays.
Exhibition shines spotlight on sculpture that inspired new musical premiering at the Kennedy Center.
In town for Portrait Gallery event, “West Side Story” star talks Brando, Beyoncé, and Hollywood racism.
Marquese “Nonstop” Scott--the YouTube sensation--dances with New York City Ballet principal Tiler Peck, Matthew Rushing, the soulful and revered veteran of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and up-and-comer Samantha Figgins of Complexions Contemporary Ballet.
The dance group of Super Bowl ads and an OK Go video showcases its eye candy and its artistic origins.
Sergei Filin had an allergic reaction to medical treatment for his eyes, which were damaged in 2013 acid attack.
Group makes D.C. debut with pieces pairing inventive ballet choreography and a lively string quartet.
We knew soccer players had some of the fastest feet in sports. But the fastest hips? Oh yes.
In company’s final local performance, Trey McIntyre Project mixes dark themes with light moments.
Success blamed for death of Trey McIntyre’s thriving dance troupe
The music shimmered with life and color, even when the stage action grew dull.
In his use of the body, Jiri Kylian mostly toyed with extremes and unease.
Sarah Kaufman’s guilty pleasure: A good cry as “The Lion King” opens.
The directness of Christopher K. Morgan’s work hooks you from the first move.
The stepping group uses its percussive power and technology to create electricity.
Its triumph was the grandeur of the second act, when stimulating supernatural forces take over.
Is it creepy to project a known perfectionist as a hologram, in a performance before millions, enshrined in Internet eternity, and over which he had no control? Um, yes.
Kyle Abraham brings together dance, video and sound to showcase his struggles with being gay.
Sarah Kaufman received the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism and has been The Washington Post's dance critic since 1996. But after logging serious sit-time in opera houses, church basements, fairground tents and lawn chairs, what moves her most is seeing grace happen where she least expects it.