Dance

‘Rock & Mortar’ takes audiences on a journey through memory

Epiphany Dance Theater’s performance art piece transcends time

 

Holiday Dance 2019: Nuts about ‘Nutcracker’

The classic ballet, and fun alternatives, on stages across the bay

 

Lenora Lee dancers get under cancer survivors’ skin

Powerful multimedia premiere at Dance Mission tells personal stories

 

‘Stomp’ tromps on

Fun, percussive dance extravaganza returns to The City

Mariinsky Ballet dazzles with technical virtuosity

Cal Performances presents Russian troupe in classic ‘La Bayadère’

SF Lives: A dancer on a mission

“I was one of those kids always on the bleachers when their…

Zaccho Dance Theatre takes on race, identity, injustice

‘Between me & the other world’ an evocative, emotional installation

Mark Morris Dance Group delights in ‘Mozart Dances’

Berkeley Symphony led by Colin Fowler, pianist Inon Barnatan play beautiful music

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Dance

From ballet to contemporary to folkloric, choreographers reveal the power of movement

Imagery’s Sketch 9 showcase brings on technology

Amy Seiwert, collaborators experiment with projections in new dances

International artists take over Fort Mason

Theater, dance, music, spoken-word performers explore ‘path to democracy’

Liss Fain’s ‘Close the Door Slowly’ a poignant look at loss

Everyday objects take on surrealistic aspects in performance installation

  • May 4, 2019

Free Bay Area Dance Week kicks off in Yerba Buena Gardens

Hundreds of classes, shows across the Bay from April 26 through May 5

‘From Ash’ grapples with destruction and redemption

Choreographer Annie Kahane creates new world in dance-theater piece

  • Apr 21, 2019

Yuan Yuan Tan stunning in San Francisco Ballet’s ‘Little Mermaid’

Dancer shines in John Neumeier’s dark, lavish take on fairy tale

‘5 Soldiers’ a riveting, urgent look at life in the military

Rosie Kay Dance Company performers are amazingly authentic

Rosie Kay Dance’s intense ‘5 Soldiers’ gets U.S. premiere

Scottish choreographer Rosie Kay has been on more than a decade-long journey…

Men shine in San Francisco Ballet’s ‘Lyric Voices’

Making its fifth program title “Lyric Voices” particularly notable, San Francisco Ballet’s…

Risa Jaroslow & Dancers’ ‘At Your Service’ a compelling exploration of power

How do we serve? How are we served? Who serves whom, and…

Black choreographers fest kicks off powerfully

Taking inspiration from James Baldwin, who said, “I am what time, circumstance,…