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In the eyes of Kahina Haynes, the executive director of Dance Institute of Washington, dance in the District is in a state of rediscovery. “I intentionally put the ‘re’ before ‘discovery’ because I don’t think all of it is innovation and new and never seen before,” Haynes tells City Paper, referring to conversations in…
The evening of June 27 was a special one for D.C. Improv owner Allyson Jaffe and her business partner Antoine Griffin […]
Just before Christmas of 2020, an exhibit titled Les Colombes moved into the National Cathedral’s nave […]
American audiences tend to think of ballet as a light pink world of tutus, ribbons, and toe shoes […]
As Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month concludes, Stephen Nakagawa offers a well-timed corrective in his new ballet […]