How a choreographer gives a dance to the dancers during the creation process.
For her spring/summer 2017 collection, Vollrath has pulled inspiration from Diaghilev’s Les Ballet Russes, a group known for the merging of creative forces at the beginning of the 20th century.
On learning a new language in a foreign country–and what it does to the old one.
A Royal Ballet rehearsal shows how ideas can be transmitted through movement.
When Roser Munoz stages an Uwe Scholz ballet, she doesn’t just show steps.
Johannes Held is full of unique ideas. The most recent, “Winterreise Staged,” opens the lied genre up to a broader audience.
Why performance footage doesn’t match up with how it feels to dance.
Dancer Corina Kinnear leads a project at Tanzfabrik studios in Berlin Kreuzberg.
Sam Feldhandler wants to show, literally, the music.
On working with John Neumeier in the early years, developing teaching ideals, and how to preserve and propel the art of classical ballet.