The tap dancer and choreographer Michelle Dorrance refers to her musical collaborator, Ms. Reagon, as “a revolutionary, but simultaneously an artist who honors and embodies tradition.”
Ms. Tharp reflects on a half-century of making dances, what sustains her art and how best to archive her old pieces.
The troupe’s program, “Cambio de Tercio,” features a guitarist, a singer and a handful of dancers, one of whom is the company’s star, Soledad Barrio.
The Philadelphia performers Nicole Bindler and Gabrielle Revlock performed their eclectic work at Jack in Brooklyn.
The Stephen Petronio Company takes on Merce Cunningham’s “RainForest” and its Warholian clouds at the Joyce Theater.
Today Cronut king Dominique Ansel announces that Dominique Ansel Kitchen, his new West Village bakery/pastry tasting counter will open its doors on April 29, and when it does it will have a young new executive pastry chef …
Artists in the 3.9 Collective are responding to San Francisco's dramatic loss of African American citizens with work that both reminds us of the city's.
She and her business partner have acquired the Hustler store and plan to turn it into an Arts Club, like the one in Mayfair in London where she and Cameron Diaz once hung out with Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.