Paul Taylor Dance Company opens its 2022 New York season November 1 at Lincoln Center.
Artistic Directors Sascha Radetsky and Kevin McKenzie chat about the Studio Company's successes and their hopes for the future.
The choreographer takes another leap at pushing ballet’s boundaries with ABT’s first all-Black production.
Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room and Nine Sinatra Songs begins at New York City Center October 19.
The principal dancer says “it’s time for others to dance” as she looks to her farewell performance this season in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.
The upcoming Fall Fashion Gala will include works from Abraham and Reisen as well as Resident Choreographer Justin Peck.
For the first time in three long years, international companies return to the festival stage.
Christopher Gattelli's choreography for the Apple TV+ series received a 2022 Emmy nomination.
In ballet and opera, non-dancing performers known as supers contribute to the stage picture.
McKenzie is stepping down from his position after 30 years.
Now the artistic director of Pacific Northwest Ballet, Boal talks about bringing his own company to the Koch Theater June 22–26.
American Ballet Theatre presents the New York premiere of Of Love and Rage June 20–25.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates Battle’s 10th anniversary season June 15–19.
Choreographer Ayodele Casel teaches a section from the show’s “Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat.”
Architects of Time premieres May 5 as the centerpiece of New York City Ballet's 2022 Stravinsky Festival.
New York City Ballet’s Art Series returns this spring with an installation by LeWitt.
The music video is a tribute to dance and the return of live entertainment.
Tanowitz talks about her two pieces running at NYCB this spring.
Artistic Director Manuel Liñán on breaking new ground in a traditional form.
The City Center Dance Festival, showcasing four New York companies, begins March 24.
The New York City Center regular and New York City Ballet principal discusses creating the inaugural Artists at the Center program for New York City Center.
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