Dana is featured in “How Museums and the Arts are Presenting Identity So That It Unites, Not Divides”, a smithsonian.com article written by National Portrait Gallery curator and cultural historian Amy Henderson.
Read the latest reviews of the April 19, 2014 premiere of Dana’s new work “Confluence” at the National Portrait Gallery:
“Dana Tai Soon Burgess’s dance pieces at Kennedy Center revel in the still moments”
Read Sarah Kaufman’s review of DTSBDC’s performance at the Kennedy Center.
The Georgetowner featured last weekend’s DTSBDC performance and post-performance reception at the Kennedy Center. The reception was hosted by Ambassador of Gabon Michael Moussa-Adamo. Check out the article and photos
Read George Jackson’s review of DTSBDC’s premier performance of Homage at the National Portrait Gallery.
Check out the Washington Post article about DTSBDC’s residency at the National Portrait Gallery and the current open rehearsals that are taking place as Dana choreographs the new work “Homage” inspired by the “Dancing the Dream” exhibit. Open rehearsals will continue Saturday October 26 and November 2 from 11:30am -3:00pm. The performance will be November 16 at the National Portrait Gallery. Admission is free.
Check out the article in The Georgetowner featuring photos of DTSBDC’s performance at the National Gallery of Art.
Dana and his dancers were featured in an article and video at the PBS Newshour site about the Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, 1909–1929: When Art Danced with Music exhibit at the National Gallery of Art.
Sarah Kaufman of the Washington Post writes about Dana and the 20th anniversary of DTSB&Co
Reviews of the 20th Anniversary Fall Performance
The company’s 20th Anniversary Fall performance was first on Sarah Kaufman’s list of dance highlights in 2012 in the Washington Post