Fragmented, but still whole – DD Dorvillier’s “A catalogue of steps” at Danspace Project

DD Dorvillier’s A catalogue of steps: Day 2, Diamonds Déjà-vu Performed Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Danspace Project, St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery New York, NY On a Wednesday afternoon in St. Mark’s Church, the scene is surprisingly casual considering there’s a performance in progress. An audience of about 12 lounges around on the dance floor’s perimeter…

What To See in March 2014

As March approaches, springtime isn’t the only thing descending upon New York City – dancers are flooding NYC streets and stages this month as many spring seasons and festivals kick off in the coming weeks. Whether you’re a flamenco fan or a ballet buff, there’s something for everyone happening in dance this month. Read on…

What To See This Weekend

Talk about variety – this week, there’s something for everyone in the world of dance performances. Read on for more info about flamenco at The Joyce, a New York premiere from Reggie Wilson, and the beginning of Ailey’s month-long run at City Center. Reggie Wilson and Fist/Heel bring Hurston to BAM Inspired by Zora Neal…

What To See This Weekend

While NYC takes a break from big ballets (both NYCB and ABT have finished their fall performances), spend the next few weeks catching up with some of the city’s most exciting modern and experimental companies, both emerging and established, before we’re once again bombarded with the inevitable late-November ritual of Nutcracker advertising on our subway…

What To See This Weekend

With the fall dance season well underway, nearly every venue imaginable has a show up these next few weekends. In addition to Akram Khan’s solo DESH at the White Light Festival at Lincoln Center, Alexei Ratmansky’s The Tempest for ABT, Big Dance Theater at NYLA, and Ballet Preljocaj at BAM, here are a few more shows worth checking out…