In Ayad Akhtar’s play about Wall Street’s wicked ways, even the good guys live in a world of moral ambiguity
Bringing Suzanne Farrell back into the New York City Ballet studios is a step in the right direction
She’s a playwright. He’s a scholar. Their mutual admiration was ordained and established by the Constitution.
These dancers find a most unusual stage: A South L.A. hospital
For 33 years choreographer Heidi Duckler has staged dance performances at far-flung and unexpected locales, from an abandoned Studio City gas station to the Frank Gehry-designed Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro. Her next destination: a hospital campus in South L.A. Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre...
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