Quadragenarians Iris Erez and Tamar Lamm are rediscovering the joys of dance in their new collaboration, 'First Body Many.'
Foreign workers are an integral part of the Israeli dance scene, yet the state chases overseas-born dancers away.
Pro-Palestinian activists try to prevent Batsheva Dance Company from performing at New Zealand arts festival.
'What is pathetic in the view of one person can be totally interesting to someone else.'
How did it come about that the major dance piece created about the 1973 war was choreographed by an African-American choreographer?
NYU professor Andre Lepecki explains why it’s important for creators of dance to be politically aware.
The Israel Prize winner founded the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company and led it for 26 years.
Yair Vardi, 64, Director, Suzanne Dellal Center.
The associate artist at the Sadler's Wells Theatre in London can't escape politics.