There is a lot of flamenco -- not to mention Nutcrackers galore -- in the fall dance season ahead in Washington, D.C.
There is no shortage of romance, intrigue, and excitement in the wealth of dance performances around the DMV this season.
The BlackLight Summit at the University of Maryland celebrates and supports the artistry of both dance and drag
'An Intimate Night with Bambi and Molasses' is "a dizzying kaleidoscope of gender, trust, sex, and support."
District audiences enjoy a wealth of options for dance, including Mark Morris, American Ballet Theatre, and Alvin Ailey.
'Radioactive Practice' is "a genre-bending work that brings together a mosaic group of dancers."
Developed with Dance Place, the show will feature pillars of D.C. nightlife that are part of a new queer pantheon.
Plus, Criterion Collection's Black History Month highlights and a Valentine's Concert from the National Chamber Ensemble
Hulu's broadcast of The Golden Palace is one of several of our Hot Picks of the Week.
Everything from a Native American cinema showcase to Deborah Cox with the National Philharmonic to Gladys Knight and Smokey Robinson at MGM National Harbor.
This year's 12th annual National Dance Day returns on Sept. 18 as a free, in-person gathering
Audiences on a Navy Yard rooftop spy performances up to half a mile away in the intriguing, outdoors 'People Watching'
New festival Gaze continues Dance Place's long-running support of LGBTQ people
"CLASS: The Carla Perlo Story" showcases the dance artist who helped launch Dance Place in 1980
Dance Place offers a new, fully immersive 360-degree virtual-reality dance experience