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Theater/Dance Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Cinderella,’ a Baroque Burlesque Ballet by Company XIV

Allison Ulrich in Company XIV's 'Cinderella.' Photo by Mark Shelby Perry

The latest dance-theater extravaganza from Austin McCormick and his scarily talented troupe transports us into a magical world of tongue-in-cheek glitz and deeply felt emotion rolled densely into a concoction of wonders. 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 »

Theater/Dance Review: ‘Judge Me Paris’ by Company XIV


When the darkness works, it really works. Read More »

Interview: Austin McCormick, Founder/Choreographer, Company XIV

The inventive choreographer talks about how he mixes Baroque and modern dance in spectacular productions like the current Nutcracker Rouge. Read More »

Dance Review (NYC): Snow White by Company XIV

Choreographer Austin McCormick and his multi-talented troupe conjure an extravagant feast for the eye and ear – and for all ages. Read More »