August 25, 2015

Reports of the Death of the American Dance Critic

Like great American humorist Mark Twain, who remarked that “reports of my death are greatly exaggerated” upon hearing that a New York journal published his obituary, the same holds true for the long-reported dying art form of dance criticism. Writer Ch...

August 18, 2015

REAL TALK: Race and Dance at the Dance/USA Conference

During the Dance/USA 2015 conference held in Miami from June 17-20, race and diversity were hot topics featured in multiple breakout sessions. Designed as freeform discussions between panelists and audience members, the Dance/USA breakout session...

August 17, 2015

The Dance Field Gives Back

Missed Dance/USA's Annual Conference in Miami in June 2015 and want a rundown on what happened? Or need a refresher as your new season gets into gear? Read this report, with links to the plenary sessions, on key events and topics from Dance/USA's gathe...

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Earlier this month The Atlantic published a much-discussed article on the "Death of the American Dance Critic." Dance writer and DancEnth... Read More