The contemporary dance company's latest piece is inspired by choreographer Brock's real-life family history.
The season features world premieres by choreographers Justin Peck and Christopher Wheeldon.
McKellen shares the role of the Danish prince with ballet dancer Johan Christensen in this re-imagining of the Shakespearean tragedy.
The two-performance event will feature performances from Dorrance Dance, Stephen Petronio Company, Limón Dance Company, and more.
Christopher Gattelli's choreography for the Apple TV+ series received a 2022 Emmy nomination.
McKellen shares the role of the Danish prince with dancer Johan Christiansen in the re-imagined Shakespeare tragedy.
Directed by Joshua Bergasse, the ballet will make its world premiere at Pittsburgh’s Benedum Center before its NYC run.
Charlotte d'Amboise and Bianca Marroquín hosted the June 20 ceremony at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
The show combines Irish dance with stage magic and illusions.
Winners will be named at the June 20 ceremony at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
The annual ceremony will be held in June at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
The festival benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' Dancers Responding to AIDS program.
Celebrating dance and choreographic excellence, the honors will be presented June 20 at NYU Skirball Center.
Roughly 800 dancers competed April 18 for a spot in the 2022 Christmas Spectacular.
The new works will be part of the company's 2022-2023 season.
The awards return to honor accomplishments in dance and choreography across Broadway, Off-Broadway, and film.
The new work, a portrait of the iconic and controversial Eva “Evita” Perón, is part of New York City Center's Dance Festival.
McKellen will share the role with dancer Johan Christiansen under the direction of choreographer Peter Schaufuss.
The program will showcase new works, including Tiler Peck’s New York choreographic debut.
The eight-week festival will also offer the world premiere of a new dance commission.
The award-winning Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back features interviews with Hines, Chita Rivera, Debbie Allen, and more.
Watch a clip of the choreographer explain his creative process in the documentary.
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