Cover the mirrors, dance what you feel

Choreographer Ella Rothschild brings Israeli dance to Howard University

Story of survival and resilience

Growing up in Haifa and throughout Europe, Bjorn Amelan didn’t know — nor think to ask — about his mother’s life before she immigrated...

Dishing up the dance

Choreographer Ronen Koresh serving up a variety of flavors at the Columbia Festival

Street dance, with guitar

“When you hear a flamenco song, you don’t have to understand the words to feel the emotions,” Yolit Yospe-Kachlon said last week following a...

Dancer leaving Rockville to train in Tel Aviv

Jennifer Wienner has performed from Baltimore and Washington to New York and San Francisco. This summer she’ll add Tel Aviv to her resume when...

Legendary Holocaust refugee’s choreography returns to stage for first time in a generation

Pola Nirenska has long been a legend in the Washington dance community. The Polish-born refugee from the Holocaust settled in the District of Columbia...

‘Voice of Anne Frank’ speaks through mime and dance, words and movements

Anne Frank has been lauded as a martyr, a literary savant and a saint-like figure in the wake of the Holocaust. But she was a...

Emanuel Gat tackles a choreographer’s Mount Everest

Dancer and choreographer Emanuel Gat grew up in Netanya, Israel, where he studied music, until he discovered dance following his military service. Within two...

Gallim Dance displays Israeli-influenced style

Brooklyn-based company rides a tidal wave of emotions and states of being

From generation to generation

Israeli dance festival honors two who founded youth dance troupes