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Daniel Phoenix Singh pays homage to pioneering Jewish American choreographer Anna Sokolow
The Washington Ballet presents works inspired by Freddie Mercury and David Bowie
Library of Congress offers Pontus Lidberg's new dance work, set to Irving Fine
Julie Kent began dancing professionally by training locally in Bethesda at the Academy of the Maryland Youth Ballet. Little did she know she would later...
The AIDS epidemic was the catalyst for a "hopeful" dance piece by Daniel Phoenix Singh
Spain to honor D.C.-based dancer and choreographer
Artistic Director has helmed the ballet for 17 years
The Washington Ballet stages a Cuban-based, cross-genre collaboration with The InSeries
Edwin Aparicio showcases male dancers in GALA's Fuego Flamenco Festival
Dance is a family affair at this year's Fall Festival of South Asian Dance and Art
Christopher Morgan is presenting a dance retrospective slightly ahead of time
Andrea Miller's Gallim Dance aims to push the genre forward
Shawn Short is humbled by the impact of his annual dance event focused on the LGBT experience
Sleepy Hollow is part of the Washington Ballet's 10-year American Experience project
Susan Stroman salutes the Kennedy Center in helping her create the musical Little Dancer
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