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.
It's not just Mizrahi Jews the activists are promoting; they want streets named after Arabs and Ethiopian Jews, too
At the height of the second intifada, Idan Porges was stationed in Hebron and saw his friends get killed. More than a decade on, his dance cabaret opened in Tel Aviv.
Two new young dancers at the Batsheva Dance Company personify the range of dance education available in Israel, and the frustrations that accompany trying to mix army service with dance.
This year’s rendition of the capital's annual international performing arts extravaganza focuses on local talent and finds some interesting new-old venues to delight Jerusalem audiences.
Before Bobbi Smith met choreographer Ohad Naharin, she didn't know where Israel was on a map.
Israeli performance artist brings three Sudanese migrants onstage to share their country's history.
"I would have resigned with no problem but I didn’t imagine to myself that it would be this way,” Yampolsky says.
Yoni Soutchy, whose latest work, "Duck," is being performed this weekend in the Clipa Aduma festival in Tel Aviv, was a boy who wanted to dance but was forced to play soccer, a young man who was rejected by his father when he came out as gay.
These collectives are a natural outgrowth of the social-justice protest movement that began in summer 2011, when choreographers were among those to make their voices heard.
Swiss-born choreographer Gabrielle Neuhaus explores the repetitive sides of life in her new work.
Israel Prize winner performed in many Levin plays, Kishon films.
Kalus, who was one of the first to direct plays at Tel Aviv's Cameri Theater, is credited with bringing method acting and American realism to the Israeli theater.
The production of 'Frost/Nixon' a play by Peter Moran, is the jewel in the crown of the theater's new season.
Launching its 10th festival, the feisty Machol Shalem Dance House is instrumental in helping Jerusalem compete against Tel Aviv, the country's cultural capital.
Ohad Naharin responds to anti-occupation protests at dance troupe's shows in London.
Britain's Royal Ballet is emphasizing contemporary choreographers and seeking new audiences.
Ronen Izhaki and Daniella Bloch’s Haredi ensembles are performing their unique brands of Haredi dance at the ‘Between Heaven and Earth’ festival this week.