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Lou Fancher - February 29, 2020

The San Francisco choreographer talks about the diverse traditions informing the new works in “Triple Take.”

Janice Berman - February 28, 2020

Cellist Maya Beiser and dancer Wendy Whelan grapple with the tragedy of 9/11 in a Bay Area premiere.

Claudia Bauer and Lisa Grodin - February 25, 2020

What’s the point of pointe? Why toil with tulle? The earliest repertory ballets provide answers.

Janice Berman - February 23, 2020

Paul Taylor’s dances are as timeless and moving as ever at the YBCA.

Paul Kotapish - February 18, 2020

The innovative troupe cuts the ribbon for new facilities at the historic Corinthian Ballroom on Feb. 29.

Lou Fancher - February 17, 2020

Laura Elaine Ellis talks about the many ways the festival celebrates African-American ideas and creative expression through dance.

Janice Berman - February 17, 2020

The dancing is admirable, but the ideas don’t pay off in Trey McIntyre’s new piece.

Janice Berman - February 15, 2020

It’s all bright on the surface, but Mark Morris’s sprightly play on perky, mid-century musical tropes has a darker side, too.

Janice Berman - February 11, 2020

The lauded choreographer wraps a year as artist-in-residence at Grace Cathedral with three powerful “offerings” danced in the church’s nave.

Lou Fancher - February 10, 2020

The collaborative, multidisciplinary work melds cutting-edge digital technology with human movement in real time.