Kudos to Jacob’s Pillow for this stellar beginning to a digital season of dance.
Mary Paula Hunter
Given Dickens’ penny-a-word driven verbosity and his fondness for resolving every plot point with a flurry of coincidences, adapter McEleney seems undecided: is this history play a tragedy or a farce?
The message of August Wilson’s final play: the future rests not on the number of Whole Foods we build but on the culture we value.
The dance revolution of the 1960s and 70s seems to be making a comeback as dancers think about making their performances less artificial, more “natural.”
A passion for authenticity characterized this mesmerizing program from beginning to end.
Here was another (all-too) typical example of ballet companies reinforcing a patriarchy that hardly reflects the number of women in their ranks.
The Night Watch supplies a powerful kickoff for the Gamm Theatre’s 2019 season.
Our critics pick some of the highlights of the year in dance.
An intriguing cross-disciplinary concept gave birth to a pallid, underrehearsed production.
We were reminded of how difficult it is to create an evening-length’s choreography without a storyline, musical structure, or a well-developed concept