Lawrence Elizabeth Knox
Lawrence Elizabeth Knox, a recent graduate of Boston University, is a freelance photojournalist in Birmingham, Alabama, and a contributor to The ARTery. Prior to attending college, she was a professional ballet dancer with Tulsa Ballet. Her work may be viewed at lawrenceknoxphotography.com.
After 21 seasons of dancing with the company, Yankowsky’s first commissioned choreographed piece for the Opera House stage aims to reflect today’s society and its relationship with social media.
Established in 2005 by Sonia Destri Lie and Tiago Sousa, the Brazilian troupe showcases street dancers from the favelas, or slums, who had no prior training, but have a strong affinity for movement.
French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi celebrates a global brotherhood in his new work, which finds influence in cultures from around the world.
The next generation of up-and-coming dancers at Boston Ballet will present a varied program of works, staged right in the company’s rehearsal studio.
With numerous originally choreographed works and even more arts-related films, the BalletBoyz have toured the world aiming to break the stereotypes of inaccessibility and gender often associated with dance.
Expect a fusion of dance traditions from Cuba and elsewhere when Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba takes the stage at the Cutler Majestic Theatre on Saturday and Sunday.
The Rome-based company brings an updated take on the instantly recognizable melodies of Vivaldi’s masterpiece to Boston this weekend.