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Bearing it all

Keith Hennessy offers a work-in-progress showing of solo 'Bear/Skin'

Beat it

Fall nightlife season is heating up, with Ten Walls, Tiara Sensation, Basic Soul Unit, Hercules and Love Affair, Daniel Wang, Art Beats, and more 

Soaring to the heights

Garrett + Moulton Productions triumph with 'The Luminous Edge'

Stream of movement

Liss Fain turns to Faulkner for 'The Imperfect is Our Paradise'

Local movers

FALL ARTS 2014 Looking ahead to a outstanding season of Bay Area dance

In tune

Dancers explore fresh rhythms at the Music Moves Festival

Great leaps forward

Emerging choreographers present new works at SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts' SPF7

New classics

Melody Takata brings traditional Japanese dance into the 21st century, plus a benefit for SF dance vet Enrico Labayen


Arianne MacBean's dance-theater Big Show Co. scrutinizes the creative process

Modern times

Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts take on communication in the digital age

Eight up

SF Ethnic Dance Festival spotlights classical Indian dance

The dual

Creativity rules at Circus Automatic and 'Shared Space'

Stroll tide

ODC's Walking Distance Dance Festival offers a fine mix of contemporary dance

Hold ‘Steady’

Alonzo King's new work mixes dark threat into tenderness

On the town

Oakland Ballet Company evolves and diversifies

Sisterhood of rhythm

Sarah Bush Dance Project's fierce, fun 'Rocked by Women'

Take to the sky

Smuin Ballet marks 20 years with its XXCENTRICS Spring Dance Series

Opening up

Sara Shelton Mann's site-specific exploration 'The Eye of Horus'

Think again

Three provocative premieres from Hope Mohr Dance

Icon and on

A veteran company presents an old favorite — and an uneven pair of Bay Area premieres

Talk it through

The ever-questioning Margaret Jenkins celebrates four decades of dance

Natural selection

ODC/Dance unearths the Goldsworthy-inspired 'boulders and bones'

East Bay grace

Diablo Ballet celebrates its 20th anniversary

Branching out

Blind Tiger Society self-produces its intriguing ODC Theater debut