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Informed by veteran soldiers and a serving battalion, Kay’s work touches on every aspect of war and its aftermath on the people who wage it.
Liam Scarlett’s Isle of the Dead is forceful and virtuosic in its world premiere.
Brilliant dancing isn’t enough to rescue S.F Ballet’s world premiere of a new Yuri Possokhov work.
S.F. Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty shows the company at the top of its world-class form.
Old-time string-band music and contemporary dance find common ground to explore timely issues.
How fitting that Monk’s longtime interest in interdisciplinary art should result in a multimedia piece about cooperation.
In his solo dance performance, Akram Khan takes the audience inside the Indian experience of WWI.
A final tour highlights the exquisite skills of both the choreographer and her troupe.