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Encounters fraught with drama on a ballroom floor.
Peter Boal shows his affections.
Chance continues to take its unpredictable course at Cornish.
Domesticitys habits and exasperations.
The main roles in this pretty 19th-century classic require almost as much acting as dancing.
This interactive dance show is the kind of party where everyone seems a bit drunker than you.
Three decades experience with his work means no subterfuge is necessary.
Seattles hub of contemporary dance gets a new home.
At PNB, an evening of formerly cutting-edge work.
In their newest dance piece, Corrie Befort and her Salt Horse partners use simple tools to enchanting effect.
Tchaikovsky helps PNB strengthen its corps.
A veteran choreographer borrows sassily from MGM.
The Prince of PNB launches his own dance company.
Handing grant-making power to the audience.
Modern dance stretches the company, but the classic on this program is one of their most exciting works.
Spectrum Dance Theater artistic director Donald Byrd celebrated his 60th birthday last summer, and the company is extending the party with a series of retrospective… Continue reading
PNB restages its stark Roméo et Juliette.
Mark Haim gives his dancers all the Variations.
Shameless cross-training at their Northwest New Works showcase.
Robbins, Wheeldon, and Balanchine close the season.