How drive-in movies helped Twyla Tharp become a world-class choreographer.
"The Hill" takes its name and inspiration from Ammunition Hill, the site of a brutal battle during the Six-Day War in 1967.
The subversive origins of a dance craze that swept the nation in the 1890s.
When Gloria Gaynor recorded the B-side to her 1978 single, she knew it was a hidden hit.
The internet is loving this video.
The annual Dance Your PhD contest challenges doctoral candidates to take their research from the lab bench to the barre.
How one school is teaching unity and acceptance through square dancing.
Sir David Attenborough spots Adele, doom metal Chipmunks, the ultimate GIF dance party, and kids doing Kraftwerk win the internet this week.
The celebrated choreographer is touring the country right now. A giant of the modern dance world, she also has an unabashed love of pop music: in particular, Frank Sinatra.
The artist and dancer Nick Cave addresses racism and brutality in America by making wearable sculptures.
In a live conversation, American Ballet Theater's newest principal dancer talks with Raven Wilkinson and Carmen de Lavallade, two trailblazing African-American ballerinas.
Sunday, June 18, 2017