"Abstract" choreography meets audience engagement
After starting small, the ambitious festival had a banner 2013 (with even bigger plans for the future)
Aszure Barton and Hilary Palanza showcase the power of unpredictability
The Black Choreographers Festival celebrates 10 years with an energetic, ambitious program
Deborah Cullinan and Marc Bamuthi Joseph talk creative ecosystems and Young Jean Lee's 'Untitled Feminist Show'
'RISE' an uneven effort for Robert Moses' Kin
Hemorrhage takes on San Francisco's identity crisis
THE YEAR IN DANCE: A month-by-month look back at the twists, turns, and leaps of 2013
RAWdance digs deep with intricate, excellently performed 'Mine'
Stanford's Festival Jérôme Bel celebrates the 'non-dance' pioneer
The good, the meh, and the human-pretzel marvels of the SF International Hip Hop DanceFest
Kunst-Stoff Dance Company offers a retrospective — and a farewell
Immersive, participatory 'Layla Means Night'
Local choreographers find inspiration in fiction
Dimensions Dance Theater's triumphant 40th anniversary celebration
Joe Goode Performance Group's 'Hush' speaks volumes
Two shows yield exciting glimpses at emerging choreographers
EmSpace Dance's clever, ambitious 'Monkey Gone to Heaven'
FALL ARTS: DANCE Anticipating the season's standout dance performances
CounterPULSE's Performing Diaspora explores the state (and states) of ethnic dance in the Bay Area
Three standout works, one 'Summer Sampler'
Amy Seiwert's "Sketch" series encourages experimentation
Post:Ballet continues its ambitious rise