Artistic Director Julie Kent promises 'charm, theatricality, and a nice, modern tempo'
We offer some of the best LGBTQ picks from the two-week festival
The Alvin Ailey company graces a familiar stage with the D.C. premiere of Rennie Harris' "Lazarus"
The Kennedy Center stages a revival of Bourne's acclaimed 1997 production
Julie Kent and Victor Barbee move forward with their mission of expanding the Washington Ballet
The season opener includes George Balanchine's "Serenade" and Maurice Ravel's "Bolero"
The Kennedy Center invites everyone to dance to ballet, salsa -- and Kylie
Dorsey calls it "a really beautiful mix of the heartrending and the hilarious"
Ballet, contemporary and cultural dance performances in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Acrobatic dance troupe's spectacular feats of movement emphasize group numbers and dynamics
An epic, culturally resonant Chinese ballet aims to delight American audiences
With 10 Hairy Legs, Randy James strives to dispel the myth that all male dancers are gay
Dance company brings two new productions: Members Don't Get Weary and The Golden Section
The Trocks bill themselves as "the world's foremost all-male comic ballet company"
ABT principal dancer James Whiteside has a side gig -- and it's not what you'd expect.