Dance Theatre Newsroom

The latest news on live theatre in Dance.

Single Tickets For San Francisco Ballet 2023–24 Season Programs On Sale Today
by A.A. Cristi - September 20, 2023

Get your tickets now for the San Francisco Ballet's 2023-24 season programs, including the exciting new shows 'Mere Mortals' and 'Carmen.' Don't miss out on this incredible lineup of performances.

Regina Klenjoski Dance Company Returns To Los Angeles With West Coast Premiere Of THE GOLDEN APPLE, October 1
by A.A. Cristi - September 20, 2023

Regina Klenjoski Dance Company returns to Los Angeles with the West Coast Premiere of 'The Golden Apple' after a long-delayed homecoming.

Dances We Dance Presents 2023 Fall Season, November 1- 4
by A.A. Cristi - September 20, 2023

Dances We Dance presents its 2023 Fall Season featuring choreography by Francesca Todesco, Rae Ballard, Jim May, Benjamin Cortés, and Mark Bankin. The season includes a reunion performance by former dance partners Francesca Todesco and Benjamin Cortés. The lineup also includes works by Anna Sokolow and guest choreographer Mark Bankin. The season showcases the evolution of American Modern Dance and pays homage to the legacy of Betty Jones and Fritz Ludin, the founders of Dances We Dance.

Ephrat Asherie Dance's UNDERSCORED is Coming to USC for Los Angeles Premiere
by Chloe Rabinowitz - September 20, 2023

Join Ephrat Asherie Dance for the Los Angeles premiere of UNDERSCORED, a joyful celebration of New York City's underground dance club scene. Featuring pioneers of waacking, voguing, house, and more, this multi-generational performance at USC's Bovard Auditorium on October 19, 2023, is not to be missed.

Kinesis Project Dance Theatre and Opera On Tap Present CAPACITY, OR: THE WORK OF CRACKLING
by Chloe Rabinowitz - September 20, 2023

Don't miss the breathtaking performance of 'Capacity, or: The Work of Crackling' by Kinesis Project Dance Theatre and Opera On Tap as part of Summer on the Hudson. Find out more and get the full schedule on our website.


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