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Christmas classics, comedic musicals and a star-studded Sondheim revival: a guide to the shows to see this season.
The artist Liz Magic Laser considers quaking as both a symptom and a cure for psychological distress in “Convulsive States” at Pioneer Works.
Joyce Edwards, Dormeshia and J. Bouey were among the winners. The ceremony included a tribute to O’Shea Sibley, the dancer who was killed in July.
The winter season at City Center features premieres by Amy Hall Garner and Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish, and a program honoring women who shaped the organization.
“I’m not retiring,” Kristin Marting said about her decision to leave the cross-genre avant-garde company next June.
The theater’s fall/winder season is the first full one to be programmed under Danni Gee.
The lineup for the artistic director’s final season will feature an interactive food theater performance and several dance programs.
The Tony Awards are being held Sunday at the United Palace in New York City.
Starting in fall, the company will present a three-year celebration featuring Graham classics and a new work by Jamar Roberts.
In “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window,” the Tony Award nominee inhabits her character, a racist Upper Manhattan snob, in all her flaws.
The company’s 2023-24 lineup includes works by Michael R. Jackson, Anna K. Jacobs, David Adjmi and Will Butler of Arcade Fire.
Nominations for the 76th Tony Awards will be announced Tuesday morning. Follow below for a live list of nominees.
The eight-week season will feature the Mark Morris Dance Group making its Joyce Theater debut, as well as Caleb Teicher’s big band swing and Pilobolus.
Five years after its American premiere, the acclaimed play about migrants eking out lives in an encampment returns with a mix of new and original cast members.
The summer dance festival will feature Olga Smirnova, the former Bolshoi star, now with the Dutch National Ballet, and Mark Morris’s Burt Bacharach tribute.
The choreographer will receive a commission for a new production and two years of full-time salary and health care benefits.
The wordless percussion and dance spectacle, which became part of the fabric and culture of the city, leaves the Orpheum Theater on Jan. 8.
The award’s first prize to a musical went to the writing duo for “How the White Girl Got Her Spots and Other 90s Trivia.”
Soledad Barrio and Leslie Cuyjet were among the winners, and Nai-Ni Chen was honored with a lifetime achievement award.
The 16 weeks of programming will feature new and returning dance companies from the United States and around the world.
Lolita Chakrabarti’s stage adaptation of Yann Martel’s award-winning novel will begin preview performances on March 9.
After a pandemic hiatus, dancing under the stars has returned, uniting old friends and acquaintances.
For its upcoming season, audiences can pay what they wish. Tickets will start at $5 and increase in $5 increments up to $100 per ticket.
The experimental theater company’s 2022-23 season will showcase a packed lineup under the theme “Remake a World.”
The fall season also features Ralph Fiennes , Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Katie Couric and Ken Burns.
The fall-winter season will include international groups, as well as performances by Alan Cumming, Camille A. Brown and others.
The nonprofit organization’s goal is to establish labor standards across the industry, which was hard hit by the pandemic.
The production of “Straight Line Crazy,” by David Hare, will begin preview performances Oct. 18 and have a nine-week run.
Three productions — two fictional walking tours and one “docu-theater” play — weave New York City’s landmarks into interactive theatrical storytelling.
The festival welcomes foreign troupes for the first time since 2019; other City Center highlights include Twyla Tharp and “The Light in the Piazza” at Encores!
The Tony Awards are being held Sunday at Radio City Music Hall.