Owen/Cox Dance Group culminated its 12th season with two original works accompanied by pianist Kairy Koshoeva.
Week Two of Kansas City Ballet’s Anniversary Dance Festival consisted of “Klein Perspectives,” “The Man in Black” and “Play.” The combination of the three pieces was smart, utilizing many...
It was a night of spectacle as TAO: Drum Heart brought Japanese Taiko drumming to Yardley Hall at JCCC.
Renowned Irish dance company Riverdance brought its 20th anniversary tour to Kansas City last weekend at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet brought ability, artistry, and attitude to Johnson County Community College’s Polsky Theatre on Saturday night.
The Harriman-Jewell Series presented Dance Theatre of Harlem’s diverse repertoire on Friday night at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
Kansas City is overflowing with first-rate dance opportunities this spring from both local and visiting artists who specialize in an assortment of styles, including ballet, contemporary, and Irish folk...
After spending a week as guest artist at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the Kansas City Ballet returned to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts to open...
Kansas City Contemporary Dance presented a new, full-length work, “Shifting Tides,” over the weekend.
The Harriman-Jewell Series presented a night of tremendous talent and a variety of dance in the Stars of American Ballet showcase.
Owen/Cox Dance Group delivered two original, exhilarating world premieres on Saturday night in collaboration with The People’s Liberation Big Band.
The Kansas City Ballet began its 60th anniversary season Friday night with a new adaptation of the classic romantic tragedy "Romeo and Juliet."
iLuminate delivered an electrifying, entertaining, and brilliantly detailed performance last Friday night as part of Carlsen Center Presents’ dance program.
After taking last year off, Carlson Center Presents’ ‘New Dance Partners’ returned last Friday night with four intricate and intense world premieres.
Parsons Dance returned to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Saturday evening, kicking off the dance portion of the Harriman-Jewell Series’ 53rd season.
Quixotic mounted "Surfaces" at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art on Friday night to commemorate the Bloch Building’s tenth year of installment, and the free event was quite the production.
Mark your calendar for this fall’s selection of dance performances, ranging from ballet and modern, to South African and dance fusion.
Last Saturday, the Kansas City Ballet presented the eighth annual KC Dance Day designed for people of all ages and dancers of all skill levels to participate in a...
Chicago-based circus theatre group Imaginez lived up to its name by evoking joy and wonder through the art of storytelling.
Des Moines’ Gateway Dance Theatre presented a meaningful, cultural adaptation of "Shakuntala" through play and dance.