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
REVIEW | Set in a fantasized Spain and Paris in the 1920s, it’s restrained, but full, enthusiastic and great fun.
The innovative company redefined the feminized ballet world with its modernism and masculine dancers.
Troupe brings its smart, kooky humor and compassion to the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater.
New theater production portrays famed dancer as seen through her adopted daughter’s eyes.