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Naharin’s “Last Work” is one of the only visual artworks I have seen that captures the immediacy of music.
The world Hip Hop Dance Championship and ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’ are the creations of Howard and Karen Schwartz. The couple dishes about their unlikely rise to hip hop royalty.
It’s not a Hitler Youth parade — it’s a cheerleading competition. A team competing in a Mexican cheerleading rally has gotten slammed on social media for their Nazi-themed dance routine.
With ‘No Longer Silent,’ the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater — an iconic African-American company — branched into new territory: It’s a piece about the Holocaust.
Bill T. Jones’s latest work is set in a 20th-century Europe torn apart by war and racism. It focuses on activism and social responsibility — not surprising given the Tony Award-winning choreographer’s fascination with Jewish themes.
Choreographer Arkadi Zaides’s new work depicts Israeli soldiers and settlers in the occupied West Bank. Add video from a human rights group, and you’ve got a controversial show.
Ze’eva Cohen learned to dance growing up a lonely child in Tel Aviv. Now she looks back at a soaring career as a pioneer of Israeli modern dance in the U.S.
Bnei Akiva is seeking a compromise by allowing girls to dance in ultraviolet lighting for modesty reasons. Tiki Krakowski says it’s a compromise that serves nobody.