Twyla Tharp sits down with us to discuss why THE FUGUE was different than the works that had come before it; how it relates to her masterwork IN THE UPPER ROOM; and why she revisited the music of Bob Dylan in her new work, DYLAN LOVE SONGS.
In August, two of Twyla Tharp Dance’s founding members, Sara Rudner and Rose Marie Wright, reunited to help to reconstruct Tharp’s 1972 work THE RAGGEDY DANCES, in which they both originated roles. The importance of these two figures...
Choreographer Tero Saarinen always pays strong attention to the design elements in his works, and costuming is no exception. Enter fashion designer Teemu Muurimäki, who designed the wardrobe for “Morphed,” which will performed here on Oct 18 – 22, 2017.
With performances in London, Paris, Moscow, Beijing, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington, Scott Speck has inspired international acclaim as a conductor of passion, intelligence and personality.
In preparation for our presentation of The Joffrey Ballet's Romeo & Juliet, we asked writer Ada Calhoun, whose work has been featured in The New Yorker and in The New York Times' Modern Love column, to reflect on what Romeo and Juliet means to her.