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An initiative by the League of American Orchestras will enlist 30 ensembles to perform works by six living composers, all of them women.
The company will present a mix of new and old works, including a full-length premiere to Aaron Copland by Justin Peck.
The company’s spring offerings include the British choreographer Akram Khan’s “Giselle” and the Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby.
After repeated delays caused by the pandemic, the company plans to perform at the opera house next summer for the first time in three years.
Ballet companies are reworking the holiday classic partly in response to a wave of anti-Asian hate that has intensified during the pandemic.
Chelsea Factory will offer residencies in music, dance, theater and film at its 14,000-square-foot space in Manhattan.
Janet Rollé, general manager of Beyoncé’s entertainment firm, will lead the dance company as it works to recover from the pandemic.
The annual awards show recognized performers across a variety of genres, including hip-hop and flamenco.
In its first full season since the start of the pandemic, the organization will feature a mix of new and familiar works in dance and theater.
The surge of the Delta variant has prompted many dance companies to retool the holiday favorite. At New York City Ballet, there will be no performers under 12.
Eager for a comeback amid the pandemic, the center will distribute the gift to Jazz at Lincoln Center, Lincoln Center Theater, the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Ballet.
Shanta Thake, a theater executive, faces challenges that include helping the center embrace new genres and attract virus-wary audiences.
Amar Ramasar, a principal dancer who was denounced by colleagues for sharing vulgar texts, will leave the company in May.
A wave of nationalistic music, theater and dance is sweeping China, part of Beijing’s efforts to improve the party’s image and strengthen political loyalty.
Natalia Osipova and the impresario Vladimir Kekhman, formerly known as Russia’s “Banana King,” once worked closely together.
One of the few places where performances continued steadily for much of the pandemic has had to shut down theaters just as they are reopening elsewhere.