Yes, I spelled revue like that on purpose, it’s a stylistic choice. I recently had the pleasure of being asked to review Eva Maze’s memoir With Ballet in My Soul: Adventures of a Globetrotting Impresario. The book is written by Maze and follows her starting with her early days in Bucharest, Romania, during which she…
In which Black Excellence and alliteration abound.
It’s 2017, y’all, come on. But since people still haven’t stopped telling Black women about their bodies and how right they are for dance…It gave me material for another Clyde Fitch Report article. Click here to read why you shouldn’t tell Black women (or anyone really) that they have the “wrong” body for dance.
The world says goodbye to Trisha Brown, Michael Maule and the Patti Law School of Dance.
ABT principal Isabella Boylston is giving the gift of dance back to her hometown of Sun Valley, Idaho. The 30-year-old ballerina is organizing the inaugural Ballet Sun Valley. The three-day festival will take place at the Sun Valley Pavilion and feature performances from the New York City Ballet, Royal Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and the…
Sad news as the Trump administration continues its plans to cut the NEA but every cloud–no matter how orange–has a silver lining!
If only I could depict heartbreak in such a compelling, organized way. This video has been making its rounds on the internet this week. Dancer Andrew Winghart, who has also choreographed works to songs by Kanye West and Lorde, created this latest offering to Justin Timberlake’s 2002 song “Cry Me a River.” The video features…
You can be a terpsichorean hero today with just a signature!
It all started with an Instagram post. That is (part of) how The Radio City Rockettes performance at Donald Trump’s inauguration became national news a month before the scheduled appearance. In the wake of her moment of outspokenness, Phoebe Pearl, the Rockette who made the post about the performance has become a dance world hero….
Rockette speeches, sneaker ballets and toddlerography are all up next in this week’s edition of Dance World News.
Aesha Ash and Akira Armstrong are empowering women through dance and inspiring the world to broaden its perception of beauty.
Mariah Carey’s career might be on life support but her dancers should have given you so much life!