Margaret Jenkins Dance Company uses the international language of movement to communicate with Chinese collaborators.
Tear your knee, wrench your back, pirouette, and bow: dancing at the San Francisco Ballet.
Taking funky steps toward feeling good
A take-no-prisoners approach to dance theater brings tragedy to life
San Francisco Dance Center
Wushu and kung fu go head-to-head
Alonzo King's Lines Ballet celebrates 20 years of defying description
Jenny McAllister and Emma Huckabay form an unexpectedly fruitful partnership
From their odd sushi bar on a seedy corner of the Mission, world-famous dancers Hiroko and Koichi Tamano try to preserve a bizarre, mysterious art
Mikhail Baryshnikov comes to Berkeley with his adventurous White Oak Dance Project
Company Chaddick reinvests modern dance with animal sensuousness, darkness, and joy
The troupe integrates members with and without disabilities. But is it dance?
Innovation is alive and well in Helgi Tomasson's S.F. Ballet