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Victoria Looseleaf - March 14, 2023

A multimedia performance and conversation at the Ebell Club honors the memory of the great dancer, who died in 2018.

Richard S. Ginell - February 21, 2023

A DVD of the new ballet shows its onstage brilliance in addition to being a great score.

Janice Berman - February 7, 2023

The company demonstrates its skill in a rousing assortment of works, by turns surprising, brilliant, and troubled.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 6, 2023

SFCV chats with the award-winning, boundary-breaking dance artist, whose company, A.I.M, comes to California this month.

Janos Gereben - January 9, 2023

The company marks 90 years with nine new works that play January through February.

Lou Fancher - January 3, 2023

Her company’s latest work, Talking Circle, is a collaborative effort that draws on movement, music, and personal experiences.

Victoria Looseleaf - December 13, 2022

Visions of sugar plums dance in her head, alongside ideas for automating air traffic control.

Janos Gereben - November 28, 2022

San Francisco Ballet’s enchanting production has introduced countless young children to the performing arts.

Lev Mamuya - October 31, 2022

The site-specific dance work is perfectly in tune with John Luther Adams’s new score, Waves and Particles.

Janice Berman - October 18, 2022

The show was only an hour, but with choreographer Alonzo King backed by master percussionist Zakir Hussain, everything was choice.