'Review: Twin Cities Ballet's 'Coppélia in Paris' more on point when it sticks to the narrative

The ballet within a ballet is a riff on the classic "Coppélia" and features strong performances from its leads.


Minnesota Dance Theatre ends a historic chapter with 'Spring'

The 60-plus old company, started by Loyce Houlton, is halting its dance performances after its May shows for now.


A Twyla Tharp world premiere is part of Northrop's 2024-25 dance season

Ragamala's riff on an Indian epic and a boxing-inspired work from Shamel Pitt are also on the upcoming roster.


Review: James Sewell Ballet's 'Pointed Humor' showcases physicality and precision

The performance included unimaginable jumps and elegance.


'10,000 Dreams' at Northrop seeks to celebrate Asian choreography and end stereotypes

The program, co-curated by Phil Chan, features Washington Ballet, BalletMet and Oakland Ballet Company.


Ballet Co.Laboratory presents a steamy and stormy 'Midsummer Night's Dream'

Christian Warner's choreography deconstructs gender roles and questions social structures.


Twin Cities dance community presses for support ahead of Cowles Center going dark

At a town hall meeting, artists and administrators expressed their concerns and hopes.


Review: Red Eye's 'Vastnessess' captures life and death with emotion, TikTok trends and classical styles

Choreographer Valerie Oliveiro evokes her mother's passing and a baby's birth with longing and care.


This 'C.L.U.E.' has murder, intrigue, pop songs, Tofu the dog and your vote

Audience members have a say about the killer in Regina Peluso's dance parody of the board game.


Minnesota Dance Theatre to end performances after shows in May

The decision was made because of financial difficulties