1. Jerry’s Girls at Menier review: three stalwart performers belt their way through Jerry Herman's hits and misses

    By Nick Curtis This undemanding cabaret sees three stalwart actress-singers belt their way through the hits, and some misses, of New York composer-lyricist Jerry Herman , who died aged 88 in 2019. Herman’s 1964 show Hello, Dolly! was once the longest-running musical on Broadway, and
  2. 2024 Chita Rivera Awards: Full list of winners and honorees

    By Staff Reporter 2024 Chita Rivera Awards: Full list of winners and honorees New York City, New York (Release): Winners for the 2024 Chita Rivera Awards have been announced. In keeping with the mission of the Chita Rivera Awards, nominators considered outstanding choreography,
  3. Who is Benjamin Millepied? Bio, Natalie Portman, and cheating allegations

    By Gladys Mokeira Obiero The entertainment industry has many fields, and some intertwine, allowing individuals with different career paths to meet. For instance, actress Natalie Portman and dancer Benjamin Millepied, who met through their careers, fell in love and even married. Bu
  4. Michael Flatley praises Riverdance troupe 30 years on as 'nobody will ever know how hard we worked'

    By Martha Brennan Michael Flatley praised the original Riverdance troupe for their hard work in creating the Eurovision Song Contest interval show in 1994 and said that they're the main reason people still talk about it 30 years on. The choreographer, who shot to worldwide fame aft
  5. 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐡𝐚 𝐆𝐫𝐚𝐡𝐚𝐦 (1894-1991) was a dancer and choreographer whose techniques shaped modern dance. She was the first dancer to perform at the White House and served as a cultural ambassador for the United States. Driven by the desire to make dance an art form, she establis
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  7. Alexei Ratmansky, Ukraine, and the Future of Ballet

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