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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Dance Like a Man’ by Mahesh Dattani

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India's longest-running English-language play proves that Dance has the power to fracture, but also mend, relationships Read More »

Want to Learn to Dance from Justin Bieber’s Choreographer? Win a ‘Believe Tour Dance Experience’ DVD or Blu-ray from Blogcritics

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Justin Bieber's choreographer Nick DeMoura teaches you the hottest dance moves seen on stage on the 'Believe' tour. Pre-order now, or win a copy from us! Read More »

‘You’re Good at What You Do': Backhanded Compliments and Thinly Veiled Bias on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

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Persistent racial inequality in America still means that young people of color with a love of dance have unequal access to its 'classical' forms. Read More »

Culture Review (NY): Ninth Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party – Governors Island

The Jazz Age Lawn Party is coming!

The Jazz Age Lawn Party will take place on June 14 and 15 and August 16 and 17. Read More »

Interview: Shondra Leigh, Cirque Du Soleil ‘Immortal World Tour’ Dancer

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Cirque Du Soleil’s hugely popular Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour is a spectacle that the late, great Michael Jackson would have been proud of. Featuring an amazing soundtrack of remixed hits, it’s like attending a full-on MJ Concert – complete with a live band, only without the Immortal One himself. Shondra Leigh is an experienced dancer and gymnast. Originally ... Read More »

Interview: Elaine Heng and Timothy Coleman of Singapore Dance Theatre’s ‘Romeo & Juliet’

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Two dancers discussing dancing 'Romeo and Juliet' to Prokofiev's music. Read More »

Freedom Through Art: ‘The Pig or Vaclav Havel’s Hunt for a Pig’ in NYC

The Pig or Vaclav Havel's Hunt for a Pig. Photo by Carol Di Tosti

This rollicking jubilee embraces cross-cultural and social revolution and reminds us of the importance that our inner spirit brings to sustaining our social and cultural freedom. Read More »

Dance Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘The Nutcracker’

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The lead dancers shined in their roles, executing complicated and tricky footwork, pirouettes, and other movements with aplomb. Read More »

Dance-Theater Review: ‘Nutcracker Rouge’

(L-R): Shelly Watson as Madame Drosselmeyer, Laura Careless as Marie-Claire and Jeff Takacs as Monsieur Drosselmeyer in Nutcracker Rouge, photo by Phillip Van Nostrand

This burlesque take on the classic ballet is for dance aficionados, lovers of the comfortably outlandish, and anyone who appreciates spectacular creativity. Read More »

Interview: Heidi Zolker and Aaron Yap of Singapore Dance Theatre’s ‘The Nutcracker’

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It's a 'Nutcracker' set in Shanghai at the turn of the last century. Read More »