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two dancers in light blue bodysuits embrace in the middle of a dance on an outdoor plaza

A Queer Dance Love Story: How This Non-Binary Couple Leads—and Follows—in Salsa

Four dancers in blue gowns are posing against a wide shot of San Franciso's skyline

Transgender Dancer Sean Dorsey Dreams of a Limitless Future for Trans and Queer Communities

Lindy Hop Dancers Bring Back the Roots of this Black American Dance

A male dancer stands mid-pose with the Arizona mountains behind him during golden hour

In Tucson, Latinx Dancers Honor Migrant Stories From the Borderlands

Three women wearing traditional taiko player attire raise their arms to srike big taiko drums with wooden sticks.

Meet Women Drummers Keeping the Japanese Art of Taiko Strong

A split image with a black and white photograph of Mabel Fairbanks, a Black and Native figure skater, in her youth shown on the left, and an image of a teenage girl figure skating on the right.

Black Ice Skating Legends Inspire Today’s Olympic Hopefuls

Seven dancers pose in front of a pink city skyline with the words If Cities Could Dance superimposed over them.

Dance into the New Year With 6 Super How-To Videos

A wide shot of three dancers on a dimly lit stage; the floor is awash in patterned green and blue light. Two dancers in wheelchairs hover above the ground, each with one arm extended up, holding on to a thick cable; Alice is a multiracial Black woman with coffee-colored skin and short curly hair and Laurel is a white woman with very short cropped hair. They each gaze at and tilt down toward Jerron, a dark-skinned Black man with blonde hair who is crouched between them, wrapped in barbed wire. All dancers are wearing shimmery green and gold costumes.

Kinetic Light Dancers Take Disability Arts to New Heights

A split screen image of choreographer Rennie Harris: a black and white photo of Rennie dancing in the 1990s on the left and a still from a sit down interview with Rennie taken in 2021 on the right.

How Hip-Hop Dance Legend Rennie Harris Came to Pioneer Street Dance Theater

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