Aimée Ts’ao is a San Francisco-based dance writer, former professional dancer (both ballet and modern), intermittent dance teacher, dabbler in choreography, and avid cat lover. Articles By This Author Preview In Tell, Black and White Dancers Hold Space for Racial Healing Aimée Ts'ao - December 4, 2023 Bay Area choreographers Sarah Crowell and Keith Hennessy have nurtured conversation and community with their collaboration. Preview Urban Bush Women: Dance Can Change You and the World Aimée Ts'ao - November 27, 2023 There’s a mission at the root of the company, now four decades old, that will be on display in its Cal Performances debut. Feature Choreographer Akram Khan Reimagines a Rudyard Kipling Classic Aimée Ts'ao - October 24, 2023 Having performed Mowgli onstage as a boy, Khan is now revisiting the story in Jungle Book reimagined. Feature Finding Solace Amid Displacement and Alienation in La Tania’s Solaz Aimée Ts'ao - July 18, 2023 The flamenco star and her collaborators pour personal experience and a message for our times into a new multimedia dance work. Artist Spotlight The Unique Dance of Pam Tanowitz Finally Arrives in San Francisco Aimée Ts'ao - June 27, 2023 The celebrated choreographer, who’s working with SFDanceworks this summer, talks about her vision and process. Review Alvin Ailey Company Brings Its Rich Legacy to Berkeley Aimée Ts'ao - April 17, 2023 There will always be Revelations, but this troupe is a vital and current artistic force, judging by its annual week at Cal Performances.