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On the night that would have been Merce Cunningham’s 100th birthday, dancers on three stages in London, New York and Los Angeles honoured the...

Ballet Black dancer Mthuthuzeli November will be presenting a work he has choreographed about the struggles of South African miners and their families as...

Vladimir Mirzoev's visually striking, psychologically nuanced staging of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, one of three productions being staged in London by Moscow Pushkin Drama...

Serebrennikov trial stirs censorship fears RUSSIA/MOSCOW Russian theatre and film director Kirill Serebrennikov has gone on trial in Moscow. Serebrennikov, arguably Russia’s best-known director, was detained...

In her book Lesbian Nation, Jill Johnston explained her conflict at taking part in a now infamous debate about feminism in 1971. Doing so,...

There’s cider, popcorn and an air of frantic excitement at Beverly’s party. Six friendly host Bevs in silvery-grey dresses and wigs assign name tags,...

In 2014, the ground-breaking lesbian feminist performance group Split Britches was touring Governor’s Island. Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw were told not to do any...

An alumnus of Merce Cunningham and Michael Clark’s companies, Julie Cunningham launched her choreographic career in 2017 with To Be Me, a study of...

Shakespeare’s tempestuous late romance of loss and exile has both fairytale allure and modern resonance, its action spanning years and oceans, with themes –...
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