The Dance Theatre of Harlem’s ‘Sounds of Hazel’ celebrates jazz pioneer Hazel Scott’s artistry and activism.
Barrier-breaking ballet dancer Misty Copeland has launched a program aimed at making ballet accessible for Black and Latinx youth.
Janet Rollé will make history as the American Ballet Theatre’s first Black CEO and executive director.
Former professional dancer Aesha Ash aims to combat socioeconomic barriers that hinder individuals from getting involved in ballet.
The U.S. dancer stirs the pot in a problematic ballet world.
Camille A. Brown is the first Black choreographer to be nominated for a Tony Award in 23 years.
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Geoffrey Holder, beloved multitalented artist, died Sunday in Manhattan at the age of 84. According to a family spokesperson, the cause was complications from pneumonia. Born in the West Indies, Holder was a legendary figure within the dance world. He later transitioned his career into acting and became — perhaps — best known for appearing in […]
An impressive father and daughter dancing duo are the latest viral video stars to hit the web this week as they showed off their dance skills in one heart-warming performance. Dancing to Ariana Grande‘s hit song “Problem,” a father and his budding choreographer learned some moves and uploaded their home video to the web for the world to […]
A video posted on Youtube in January 2009 called "POP MOONWALK's WAL-MART ", has rapidly grown popularity in recent weeks.
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