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With CubaCaribe Fest, an explosion of necessary joy and resistance

18th colorful installment will honor revolutionary expressions of culture across the Afro-Caribbean diaspora.

‘The People’s Palace’ injects missing diversity into City Hall’s storied architecture

Choreographer Joanna Haigood of Zaccho Dance aims 'to provide a more accurate picture of vibrant San Francisco.'

Robert Moses’ ‘New Legacies’ takes on the specter of censorship

'There’s a body to culture and we’re cutting off the legs and arms,' says choreographer about latest innovative work.

For 15 years, Lenora Lee Dance has tackled immigration and carceral trauma

Two new works highlight Chinese and Latin migrant experience in El Paso and California's prison-to-ICE detention pipeline.

Up, up, and within: Gravity’s Jess Curtis on the wayfinding of ‘Into the Dark’

Company's blind, low vision, and sighted performers use touch and sound to create dimensionality on lightless stage.

In ‘Y Basta Ya!,’ NAKA Dance Theater reflects on healing circles of storytelling

A long collaboration with Mujeres Unidas y Activas yields a deep look into empowering 'Circulos de Aprendizaje'

‘Invoking the River’ calls upon spirit of the Ganges with grace and athleticism

Feminine, masculine energies weave through Chitresh Das Dance's new production—not to mention the taranas on steroids

In ‘Nursing These Wounds,’ dancing a precarious Pilipinx immigrant experience

Colonization and exploitation collide with caregiving and ancient ceremony in Alleluia Panis' latest at ODC.

‘Desire for fullness’ leads Megan Lowe to explore dance through biracial identity

Choreographer's 'Gathering Pieces of Peace' foregrounds stories of fractured selves and longing.

In ‘As We Go,’ Joe Goode Performance Group dances into the beauty of life’s end

The choreographer continues to put 'an emphasis on the unglamorized body, when it is fallible or agitated or inept'