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Settling into a six-week run at West Park Presbyterian Church, the troupe has found ways to subtly mirror and amplify the emotions of its star.
Chen Shi-Zheng, who created the pop-opera “Monkey: Journey to the West,” encourages his troupe of young acrobats to goof off in his new production.
“Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games” is your last chance to watch Mr. Flatley dancing. And with him, you’ll get flames, fog-banks and explosions.
Nelson George’s documentary delves into the talent and drive — and the career-threatening injuries — of American Ballet Theater’s first black female principal dancer.
As director and choreographer of “An American in Paris” at the Palace Theater, Mr. Wheeldon proves the power of wordless storytelling.
American Dance Machine for the 21st Century, a repertory company for musical-theater dance, made its debut at the Joyce Theater on Tuesday.
In a mix of happenstance and connections, three members of New York City Ballet will soon perform in major musicals.
Iain Webb, a former dancer with The Royal Ballet, was first appointed to the position in 2007 on a four-year contract.
The only way virtuosic jazz tap has made it onto Broadway this century is in a vehicle that purports to jump back eight decades.
Brian Rogers’s “Hot Box,” at the Chocolate Factory, uses video projections and noise for its impact.
The choreographer and style setter Jack Cole is celebrated in “Heat Wave,” a musical revue.