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Getting its delayed New York premiere, “Of Love and Rage,” at Ballet Theater, is like a time capsule of a more carefree period of Ratmansky’s life and art.
A program of early works at the Joyce Theater shows a different, more experimental side of the choreographer.
Despite an impressive roster, including Manuel Liñán’s “Viva!,” this year’s edition, the 20th, represents a radically streamlined version of the festival.
Opera houses and theaters in European cities are offering to help fleeing or stranded ballet dancers, even as many are still stuck in Ukraine.
The New York-based choreographer, who was working on a new ballet for the Bolshoi, said he doubted he would return to Russia to work “if Putin is still president.”
It has taken Miami City Ballet six years to get the Alexei Ratmansky production — the biggest and most expensive in the company’s history — off the ground.
“I was thinking about Balanchine a lot,” said Roberts, Ailey’s choreographer in residence, who is making his first work for New York City Ballet.
The spring-summer season is to include groups from abroad, as well as performances the Paul Taylor company, Dormeshia and others.
Thomas Forster, promoted to principal dancer during the pandemic, makes his New York debut in “Giselle” as the company returns to Lincoln Center.
The pandemic was disastrous for tango. But milongas are thriving around the city now, capped by the return of Queer Tango Weekend.
The season features 18 companies, including some, like Malpaso from Cuba, whose shows were canceled last year.
A major figure in 20th-century dance, she was acclaimed for her directness and emotional naturalness onstage, especially in the title role of “Giselle.”
Major companies return with outdoor performances at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Kaatsbaan Cultural Park, Lincoln Center, and more.
One of the busiest choreographers in ballet is back in the studio, thanks to bubble protocols. “For what I do, and for the language I use, the stage is needed,” Ratmansky said.
Streaming highlights: the New York Chorale Society, Ronald K. Brown/Evidence and City Ballet’s ‘Prodigal Son.’
Mr. Copes, along with his partner María Nieves Rego, helped take tango out of the social club and make it an international craze. He died of complications of Covid-19.
Marina Harss writes about Michelle Dorrance, a tap innovator working with the American Ballet Theatre who wants to bring a little noise to ballet.
Buck and Boogz are idealists who want to bring dance to new audiences. Their stage show, “Love Heals All Wounds,” takes on contemporary social ills.
The musical puppetry of Mr. Twist’s “Symphonie Fantastique,” returning to HERE for a three-month run, blurs the line between eye and ear.
The two big New York-based ballet companies perform at Lincoln Center, and Dance Theatre of Harlem returns.
Not too long ago, Robert Fairchild played a young god — Apollo — at New York City Ballet. Now, just two months after retiring from the company to try his luck in musical theater, he find…
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For years, the ballet world has been overwhelmingly white, but Copeland’s well-deserved promotion will inspire legions of young people who feel excludedAfter much conjecture and a barrage …
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The dancer discusses the one-man show “Brodsky/Baryshnikov,” which layers poems by his late friend, the Russian poet Joseph Brodsky.
A Museum of Modern Art retrospective highlights 18 films featuring dance numbers by Jack Cole, a performance coach to Rita Hayworth and Marilyn Monroe.
For years, the ballet world has been overwhelmingly white; Copeland’s entirely deserved promotion will inspire legions of young people who feel excludedAfter much conjecture and a barrage …
Last week, the studios at American Ballet Theatre, in New York, were an island of quiet and peace, far from the news. Most of the dancers were still away, enjoying the third week of their po…
For Ballet School NY and the New York Conservatory of Dance, a looming eviction might also mean extinction.