Paul Marshal

Choreographer Paul Marshal talks about the challenges of filming during lockdown

Amidst so many restrictions I wonder how are we even pulling this off

Dance, in any form, is therapeutic

Dance away your pandemic blues with dance/movement therapy (DMT)

Dance therapy is here and how! We speak to movement therapists, performers and students of dance to find out how the art form can enable, enrich and heal in this time of isolation. 

Suresh Mukund

After winning World Choreography Award, Suresh Mukund wants to act

The win certainly boosts the confidence of choreographers and groups in India

Team Anartana's Aigiri Nandini

Dancers in Chennai and Bengaluru are discovering the benefits of going online

Classical dancers and dance groups have been going online to redefine the way they view, perform and spread their art…

Astad Deboo

Dance pioneer Astad Deboo no more; the dancer was 73 and died in Mumbai 

The news led to the cultural fraternity paying his tributes to the artist extraordinaire

A still from the film Colors: Green

Bharatanatyam dancer Savitha Sastry’s new film combines dance and storytelling to discuss gender roles

The short film titled Colors: Green has just won the Best Film on Women award at the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival

Rajeswari Vaidyanathan

Interview: Rajeswari Vaidyanathan on finding her calling in dancesport and working with Mira Nair for A Suitable Boy

A reliable name in the industry, Rajeswari Vaidyanathan has trained Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor for Befikre and much recently the star cast of Mira Nair's A Suitable Boy.

Jonathan Hollander, left, at the opening of the Black Voices in Dance program that launched the Festival, with Danni Gee, right, Dance Curator, City Parks Foundation

Dance Dispatches teams up with Battery Dance to host on online Q&A session

The session will feature the founders of both the dance groups 

Virginie Mecene in Table of Silence Project 9/11 (Photo by Russell Hayden)

Buglisi Dance Theatre teams up with Lincoln Center to commemorate 10th anniversary of 9/11

They will present a performance ritual for peace conceived and choreographed in 2011 by Jacqulyn Buglisi, Artistic Director of Buglisi Dance Theatre

Sydney Opera House

Experience Australia from your home with virtual events at Sydney Opera House and Arts Centre Melbourne

Take your pick from music performances, standup comedy, theatrical tap dance and an orchestra performance

Sapphire's 28th year celebrations

Sapphire celebrates 28 years of dance with Dance Vivid live shows saluting life during the pandemic

The contemporary dance group will perform four online shows live from Topcat CCU

Adrian Danchig-Waring

The eighth edition of the Lake Tahoe Dance Festival will go live in the third week of July

Featuring an ensemble of performers from around the world, the event will be streamed on the website of the Lake Tahoe Dance Collective

A scene from one of the dance sessions by Vozdukh Center

Vozdukh Center to host the second season of their body movement classes next month

Called Air Force, the classes will be held online on the Zoom platform by the Russian group

A scene from one of the classes

Ballet Hispanico's School of Dance opens registrations for virtual classes in July 

Open for both amateur and professionals, the programme includes summer classes and boot camps

Rourou Ye

Flushing Town Hall teams up with Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company for an online festival

The event will feature performances by choreographers like Rourou Ye and Yuki Ishiguro