Alonzo King Lines Ballet

Alonzo King’s "Lines Ballet" could easily be called the "Limbs Ballet" as many of the gangly dancers sport excessively sinewy arms and legs, including hands that seem to extend beyond their fingertips. To this natural fluidity, grace, strength, and at  ...

Dohee Lee World Premiere

    Mago In Three Parts   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pb6K9ZUMQAA   Mago: as work in progress https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl7X932-o2k       “I had a dream. There was a woman who  ...

Batsheva Dance Company

The pre-curtain audience at the Yerba Buena Center For The Arts was especially boisterous Thursday evening. This was in part because the legendary Israeli dance company, Batsheva, had returned to San Francisco for its fourth season, and because this performance  ...

Swan Lake, Australian Ballet (U.S. West Coast tour)

Who says you can’t teach an old bird new tricks? Certainly not choreographer Graeme Murphy, who has taken the venerable “Swan Lake” and stood it on its head. The result is a gorgeous, sophisticated dance-fable that will satisfy all but  ...

Juan Siddi Flamenco

Juan Siddi Flamenco won a kind of unofficial genius grant this year. After six years dancing six nights a week at a Santa Fe tablao during high season, he and his company were acquired, basically, by Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.  ...

Carmen and In the Upper Room, Ballet San Jose

“Carmen” was first produced in London in 1949 and then premiered in San Jose on May 3, 2002. It is Luigi Bonino's revival of Roland Petit's one-act retelling of the opera as ballet. The "end of season" show May 11  ...

Philadanco

Philadanco played to sold-out houses in the Perelman Theater in Philly for their spring concert series in the Easter weekend. Danco is coming off a high profile year with the premiere at the Apollo Theater of Get on the Good  ...