Celebrate Dance at Glendale’s historic Alex Theatre has repeatedly proven its staying power and popularity as L.A.'s premier dance festival.Produced by Jamie Nichols CB 2015 Sat.,March 7th @ 8 PM is a retrospective of 10 amazing years of performances
Cue BalletBoyz, Billy Trevitt and Michael Nunn, arriving via motorcycle a Covent Garden Opera House. Making a dance company for the Ovation dance series.With Nigel Lythgoe and allison holker.SYTYCD spinoff hits the road to discover US dance talent.
Tom (Thomas) Tsai is a Los Angeles artist who was born in Taiwan. He began his dancing career as a breakdancer, evolving into a...
Interview with J. d'Amboise at the McCallum Theater 16th Choreography Festival.Topics: NDI, the Balanchine trust, working with young dancers, and sustaining the Balanchine repertory. Touching story about his first job at age 8 with Tanny LeClercq.
Choreographer Boris Eifman is fascinated by characters living beyond the brink of sanity or obsession.The company's new Rodin is a freewheeling work that blends past & present in an impressionistic work.It features modern ballet & vivid theatrics.
NEW YORK 2014
Once upon a time, there was one American “Nutcracker”.The 1st was W. Christensen's for San Francisco Ballet.Now there are hundreds,they're found in every corner of the country.This review NYC Ballet, Balanchine's !954 version.Bouder/Ramasar/Arthurs
Two of LA’s most prominent Hip-Hop dance companies opened the third Aratani World Series this weekend at the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center’s...
Nestled in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, Jacob’s Pillow is one for the most respected dance festivals in America. It was founded by Ted Shawn in the 1940s and has been going strong ever since. Clive Barnes of the New York Times wrote “Shawn did not merely enrich American dance – He was one of the people who created it.” Each year hundreds of dancers from all over the world travel there to study dance and to see major dance companies perform; often premiering new works.