• Two dancers wearing 19th century costumes lean into each other onstage.

    Telling Her Family’s Story through Dance

    In choreographer Yvonne Montoya's recent work, "Stories from Home," she puts into dance the oral traditions of her family history in Northern New Mexico.

  • Several dancers wearing white make poses with their arms reaching in many directions. They are inside a church.

    Dancing on Behalf of Peace

    Marla Durden and Christine Gautreaux, leaders in the InterPlay community, are producing a free online event, Dances on Behalf of Peace. They share how people can get involved and…

  • It Feels Wrong to Dance

    Katie Flashner's poem "It Feels Wrong to Dance" asks what the value of dance is in tumultuous times.

  • EARTH BODY SKY MIND

    Tracy Broyles' poem "EARTH BODY SKY MIND" discovers the connection between the body and the earth.

    Two older dancers wearing red lead a group of people behind them in a senior center.

    Sharing Dance Across Populations

    Naomi Goldberg Haas, artistic director of Dances For A Variable Population in New York City, promotes strong and creative movement among adults of all ages and abilities through educational and performance opportunities.

    One dancer stands and leans away wtih both arms elevated whil another dancer pulls on an arm providing counterbalance.

    Dancing the Nuances of Immigration

    San Francisco-based company Lenora Lee Dance explores the experiences of migrants and justice workers as they fight to change the policies that criminalize immigrants, separate families, and contribute to generational trauma.