D.C.’s Dance Scene: Are the Questions the Same? by Helanius Wilkins

Helanius Wilkins discusses why D.C. is a wonderful city in which to build a dance company.

Jane Franklin on “Found”

Unlike a writer - who works alone until ‘ready’ for the editor - choreographers most frequently do not choreograph without another body, a human subject. Ideas are being observed and evaluated by your dancers, in front of your own public as it were, even as they are being created.

George Jackson: What is Dance?

"Why didn't you give my child anything to dance?" she hissed, "there was not one dance step in that role!"

Creating ‘My Ocean is never blue’ by Daniel Burkholder

"Creating this work is a multi-year research project into water, and its various meanings – personal, ecological, societal and political. It is also a lens to explore composition: how meaning is affected by shifting structure and its context."

Creating The Fugitives for La Rinascita

Theater artist Anne Veal writes about the creative process of writing and producing La Rinascita Theatre's new adaptation of Oresteia, which opens February 10th, 2010 at the Capital Hill Arts Workshop.