Choreographer Rogelio Lopez discusses his piece “Entre Despierto y Dormido,” a celebration of queer becoming and the cultural traditions he’s reclaiming as an immigrant from Mexico.
Finding the Response
Christine Cali, director of CALI & CO in the Bay Area, and longtime collaborator Farrah McAdam discuss their upcoming piece, "PERFECT.RESPONSE.," a collaboration with musician The…
Endurance, Longevity, and Rest
Bay Area-based dancer, teacher and writer Jill Randall converses with Chicago-based dancer, teacher, and choreographer Darrell Jones about endurance, longevity, and rest.
Of Stones and Dance
Shebana Coelho, a flamenco dancer originally from India and currently based in Spain, meditates on connecting her dance with Urdu poetry.
A Multifaceted Dance Journey
Vogue and physical theater artist Willyum LaBeija descibres the many facets of his performing career, from the US Army to the Royal House of LaBeija to UMO Ensemble in Seattle's…
Ana Vrbaški describes how she and Marko Dinjaski became inspired to create a body music festival in Serbia and launched the New Balkan Rhythm Festival.
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Dance writer Bonnie Eissner converses with New York City based choreographer Caleb Teicher about SW!NG OUT, the critically acclaimed presentation of Lindy Hop. Part performance, part dance party, SW!NG OUT brings the Jazz Age dance into its second century.
Brittney Banaei reflects on her experience viewing “Dancing with Hafez” in San Francisco. Co-directed by Parya Saberi and Suhaila Salimpour, the piece is structured as a walk through seven gardens, each inspired by a piece of Iranian poetry.