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The choreographer Christopher Gattelli’s “No Dames!” number in the film offered Mr. Tatum a showcase and took him out of his comfort zone.
Pamela Tatge, the director of the Center for the Arts at Wesleyan University, is to take over beginning April 18.
“The Seditious Conspiracy Theater Presents: A Monument to the Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Oscar López Rivera” casts the imprisoned man as a victim.
Ms. Walley-Beckett, a “Breaking Bad” writer, applies a similar sensibility to the dance world in a new series for Starz.
Ms. Copeland, of American Ballet Theater, is briefly playing the role of Ivy, a.k.a. Miss Turnstiles, in the hit Jerome Robbins revival at the Lyric Theater.
The museum will showcase the work of Anne Iobst and Lucy Sexton, who brought an intense, highly choreographed whirlwind of unison dancing and brutal slapstick to the East Village.
In “Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake” at City Center, Mr. Bourne’s reinterpretation of a classic raises the ballet’s inherent sexiness and gives Tchaikovsky’s m…
The film, an “American Masters” episode directed by Ric Burns, features interviews with critics, dancers and directors.
This dance-theater work from Mark Dendy at Joe’s Pub includes a cast of historical and contemporary characters from Astor Place and the surrounding area.
The Center announced it would award the Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship for Women Choreographers starting this fall.
Mr. Alvarez, who won a Tony for “Billy Elliot,” said ballet prepared him for basic training.
The Alvin Ailey dancers Antonio Douthit-Boyd and Kirven Douthit-Boyd will become co-artistic directors of the Center of Creative Arts in St. Louis, where Antonio trained.
In “Night Light Bright Light,” the dancer and choreographer Jack Ferver draws inspiration from the dancer and choreographer Fred Herko.
Two choreographers and their work take the spotlight in the final installment of the DoublePlus series.
Basil Twist uses silk, smoke and other materials in his work “The Rite of Spring,” part of the White Light Festival.
Radio City Music Hall’s resident dance company is using its first spring show since 1997 to try a new range of movements beyond its traditional kick lines.
Sarah Hay, an American member of the Semperoper Ballet in Dresden, Germany, has won the lead role in the upcoming Starz series, “Flesh and Bone.”
Six years after retiring, the ballerina Alessandra Ferri is back onstage dancing in Martha Clarke’s production of “Chéri.”
A section of “Heart & Lights,” the Rockettes’ first spring production at Radio City Music Hall since 1997, will be unveiled on Wednesday on “America’s Got Talent.” &nb…
“Supernatural Wife,” a production by Paul Lazar and Annie-B Parson’s Big Dance Theater, explores Euripides’ play “Alcestis.”
Maxine Doyle, the choreographer and co-director of this production, calls it “a theater show with a dance company in the middle.”
Recalling a City Ballet party with some interesting entertainment.