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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.

Degenerate Art Ensemble processes trauma through Butoh-inspired dance

Company's 'Skeleton Flower' at ODC confronts harsh experience but is also 'wrapped in love.'

Arts Forecast: The cool, clear eye of Wolfgang Tillmans

Plus: Flatstock, Afrolicious, Conrad Tao, Luis Miguel Garcia-Mispireta, Branford Marsalis, Chiquimamani-Condori, more

Historical photos of queer relationships inspire tender moves of RAWdance’s ‘LOVING STILL’

"Romance has been as much a part of our history as struggle," reminds company co-founder Wendy Rein.

Best of the Bay 2023: Arts & Nightlife Winners

READERS' POLL: Best Nightclub, Best Art Gallery, Best Drag Queen, Best Karaoke, Best Live Venue, Best DJ, more

‘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

Screen Grabs: Dance Film Fest leaps onto screen—and out of prison yards

Plus: Carlos Santana's story, Cambodian cinema showcase, 'North by Northwest' in 35mm, and campy hell on wheels

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.

Discovering daddies: ‘Abbale’ shines light on intergenerational relationships

Dance creator Andrew Pearson on why his show is a fabulous way to celebrate Father's Day