While the Food Network has its share of old-fashioned cooking shows, hosted by pleasant, chatty cooks, each with a personal schtick, the network's dominant subgenres are the cooking competition and the eating travelogue.
RUBBERBANDance Group's artistic director and choreographer Victor Quijada takes hip-hop dance language, with all the athletic expressiveness of urban youth culture, and injects it into a formal modern dance structure.
Playwright Jeff Talbott tackles a tough subject, and he should be given credit for what he was trying to say. Unfortunately, the way he said it leaves much to be desired: The Submission is not a particularly well-written play.
The choreography in Black Grace's program at the Annenberg was a mixed bag, full of exuberance and young promise, yet lacking the heft of a mature artist.
The first challenge in a one-person show is finding the right subject; the second is finding the right performer. The Lantern Theater Company succeeds on both counts.
London’s BalletBoyz is a brilliant example of how all-male modern dance has taken its place in the evolving world of contemporary choreography.
For its 32nd season of Dance Celebration, the Annenberg has a world-class international lineup that kicks off with a UK-based all-male dance troupe.
Suspended is a show that epitomizes everything that a Fringe show should be: audacious, outside the mainstream, but oozing talent.
Intimate Exchanges is a comedy of ambitious conceptualization and modest execution that is reminiscent of these quiet but literate British sitcoms that frequently show up on PBS.
Robin Williams’s protean talent, luminous intelligence, and overflowing heart were a once-in-a-generation blessing.