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Boston Ballet in Lex Ishimoto's "What Happens If..."

Boston Ballet closes its virtual season with four creatively produced premieres

Works from European choreographers Nanine Linning and Ken Ossola, Boston Ballet II alum Lex Ishimoto, and principal dancer John Lam make up the hour-long "Process and Progress" program.

Kaylee Lambert, Pete Pierantozzi, and Fasha Banson will all be participating in "Campus Goes Complex!"

Student dancers and choreographers are in the spotlight during Dance Complex’s May series

On Thursday nights in May, Campus Goes Complex gives students a chance to showcase their work via Facebook Live

The summer season at Jacob's Pillow will include a performance of “joyUS justUS" by CONTRA-TIEMPO.

After a lost summer, Jacob’s Pillow will return for a full season in 2021

The June 30-Aug. 29 season will also offer unprecedented online access to most festival programming.

TELEVISION
The new PBS documentary "American Masters: Twyla Moves" looks at the long career of choreographer Twyla Tharp as she approaches her 80th birthday.

New PBS documentary illuminates choreographer Twyla Tharp’s expansive, trailblazing career

As Tharp approaches her 80th birthday, "American Masters: Twyla Moves" traces the development of her distinctive style.

DANCE REVIEW
Boston Ballet's Soo Bin Lee as Odette.

With delightful studio performances, Boston Ballet celebrates the classical art form

The program includes 16 selections spanning a century of ballet, followed by excerpts from Mikko Nissinen's 'Swan Lake'

The documentary follows the work of break dancer, skateboarder, and artist Bill Shannon over two decades.

‘Crutch’ star went straight from walking to moonwalking

The documentary follows the work of break dancer, skateboarder, and artist Bill Shannon over two decades.

DANCE
The Pillow also announced plans for an $8 million renovation of its Ted Shawn Theatre.

Jacob’s Pillow is a go with an all-outdoor dance festival

The Pillow also announced plans for an $8 million renovation of its Ted Shawn Theatre.

BALLET REVIEW
Whitney Jensen, Bo Busby, and Jeffrey Cirio in Jorma Elo's "Plan to B."

Boston Ballet celebrates Jorma Elo in a rich program of new work and past highlights

The ballet's resident choreographer of 18 years, Elo has a unique style that's on full display in this generous virtual program.