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REDCAT Launches the 14th Annual NOW Festival

The Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theatre, better known as REDCAT, launched its 14th Annual NOW Festival featuring three dance/performance art works created during a...

An Interview With Andrew Pearson: On His Upcoming “this is a blank page. a...

Andrew Pearson is one of L.A.'s finest dance artists. His earliest journeys into performing occurred at the early age of 4, creating playful performances...

Daniel Ezralow Returns to the Wallis with “Primo Passo”

Performing at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Daniel Ezralow presented a retrospective of some of his most famous works under the...

Why Soviet-Era Vaganova Method Still Guides Ballerinas Today

Author: Elizaveta Mironova Most dancers know there are many kinds of classical ballet. But what makes one style of classical ballet superior to another? Can...

Tchaikovsky Deconstruct. Boris Eifman, Genius Manipulator!

By INA HAYBAECK-ROGERS, JUNE 26, 2017 For the company’s 40th Anniversary Tour the Eifman Ballet of St.Petersburg returned to its loyally devoted Los Angeles audience...