An Interview with Iquail Shaheed Part 1: Black Love and Tenderness on Stage
At a moment when those narratives of Black death were all on stage, we came in and it was just about love and tenderness.
June 26, 2020
Holding Dance Institutions Accountable: An Interview with Amalia Colón-Nava
No more! We cannot stand for this anymore.
June 22, 2020
“if there’s anything I want to share, it would be the sound of glass being smashed.”
June 15, 2020
Mary Overlie: Original Anarchist
When you find yourself in the horizontal laboratory, as Mary would say, you find that you coexist with everything and everyone.
June 5, 2020
Generating Solidarity, Even Through Screens
Dance Artists’ National Collective envisions a future with safe, equitable, and sustainable working conditions for freelance dancers.
May 15, 2020
Femininity and Hip Hop: An Interview with Lily Frias of Femme Fatale
'The intangible magic of dance has paused...as artists we always find a way.'
May 11, 2020
Expanding Beyond Walls: Urban Movement Arts Takes Its Community Online
A dance studio in Rittenhouse Square adapts for social distancing.
April 26, 2020
Made for the Screen: Opine Dance Film Festival
There is a resurgence, an awakening of people paying attention to screendance now.
April 17, 2020