Dance

‘Terrain’ offers new attitudes about aging women

Oakland-based artist-choreographer Kate Mitchell got the idea for her newest project, “Terrain,”…

Major milestones for Carola Zertuche’s Theatre Flamenco

For her 10th anniversary as artistic director of Theatre Flamenco of San…

Kendra Kimbrough Dance turns 20 with two premieres

As she has for two decades, Kendra Kimbrough Barnes isn’t shying away…

SF Dance Film fest kicks off seventh edition

The seventh annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival, a four-day lineup of…

Thrilling Nureyev docu-drama kicks off SF dance film fest

The U.S. premiere of “Rudolf Nureyev-Dance to Freedom,” which cleverly recreates how…

‘Unspoken’ a gorgeous film-dance collaboration

Dance Theatre of San Francisco is doing something different for its fourth…

Lenora Lee Dance’s ‘Eye of Compassion’ a reflective adventure

Six dynamic performers lead viewers on a meditative, historical and beautiful journey…

PUSH Dance Co. explores race, history in ‘Mothership’

With an upcoming three-part world premiere, and the start of her troupe…

Fall 2016 Performing Arts Preview: Classical and Dance

Local, national and internationally acclaimed artists dance, sing and play on! San…

Amy Seiwert Imagery’s dances take chances with words

Choreographer Amy Seiwert admittedly has been challenged by her upcoming world-premiere “Instructions,”…

Fugue meets break dance in Flying Bach

Appearing in the Bay Area this week, Red Bull Flying Bach showcases…

A sampling of the S.F. International Arts Festival

San Francisco International Arts Festival Where: Fort Mason, Marina Boulevard and Buchanan…

Smuin Ballet premieres ‘Oasis’

After a four-year drought relieved by a season of El Niño rain,…

A peek inside the new SFMOMA

Photos from inside the newly renovated San Francisco Museum of Modern Art equipped…

Justin Peck world premiere rounds out SF Ballet Program 7

The most thrilling moments of San Francisco Ballet’s world premiere of Justin…

Sharp & Fine’s ‘All Roads’ an engaging journey

A palpable tension runs throughout “All Roads Are Lined With Teeth,” a…

2016 Winter Arts Preview: Classical Music, Dance

The Bay Area’s dynamic performing arts troupes present music and dance, both…

Choreographer Hervé Koubi explores Algerian roots with ‘found’ brothers

Choreographer Hervé Koubi’s dance “What the Day Owes to the Night” is…

Mix and match at ODC's Walking Distance fest

Along with local favorites, New York-based Gallim Dance is among the rising…

New works light up Smuin Ballet’s ‘Unlaced’

Smuin Ballet is closing its 21st season with a program aptly titled…