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75 alive

The oldest ballet company in the country intends to show that the dance form is a thoroughly contemporary, international art.

Twelve for the road

A look back at dance in 2007

Magic garden

Yaelisa and Caminos Flamencos

Ceres business

Dynamic choreography propelled "Limits of the Marvelous"


A modern dance legend visits Japan

Goldie winner — Dance/Performance: Keith Hennessy

Cabaret and spectacle with an activist attack

King of the dance

A true innovator celebrates 25-plus years of ballet and beyond

Oh, Donna

Award-winning choreographer Donna Uchizono's namesake company makes its Bay Area debut

Let there be bright

Keith Hennessy's Sol Niger at Project Artaud Theater

Toshiro worship

Choreographing the way of the samurai

Limber up

How to fill your dance card this fall

Ocean of motion

In its 16th year, the WestWave Dance Festival ebbs and flows

Flocking together

Nanos Operetta and inkBoat journey into the absurd and hilarious world of love

Only human

Humansville may leave you hopeful -- or disappointed

Muse of fire

David Gordon puts a Bush-era spin on Shakespeare's Henry V

All that she wants

Deborah Slater's quietly atmospheric The Desire Line

Taylor made

Veteran dancemaker Paul Taylor triumphs with works new and old

Deborah Hay Dance Company

Firmly believing that anyone can dance

Home court advantage

"Worlds Apart: Local Response" at YBCA

Attraction is hell

Manuelito Biag's The Shape of Poison solidifies his standing as a choreographer on the rise