After interviewing seven leaders of major dance organizations, dancer/writer Emmaly Wiederholt sums up some ways 2020 has impacted the dance field.
Tomorrow on election day, Stance on Dance challenges you to dance as part of your engagement with the political process. Here’s why.
Deaf Bay Area-based dancer Zahna Simon describes her feeling of “making it” in dance when she found a Deaf dance community.
After recovering from what was likely coronavirus, Washington DC-based sand dancer Donne Lewis describes how her goals of “making it” as a dancer have shifted.
New York City-based dancers Joy Havens and Nehemoyia Young, both members of Gibney’s Moving Toward Justice Cohort, seek to address religious trauma through dance in their project “In Liberated Company.”