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In books, articles and lectures across Europe and America, he broadened an international appreciation of his native country’s rich dance tradition.
The choreographer has long taught company class. It’s part of what makes his distinctly individual dancers seem so natural — and coherent as a group.
The esteemed editor, who died last week at 92, was a balletomane who was known to program New York City Ballet seasons from his offices at Alfred A. Knopf and The New Yorker.
A dancer with a singularly theatrical presence, she was best known for her long collaboration with her husband, the choreographer David Gordon.
Considered one of the greats of her era, she partnered with Nureyev, Baryshnikov and others, bringing a passionate style to roles in dance, both ballet and modern.
Andrew Litton, the musical director of City Ballet, talks about conducting for ballet and the lure of the company’s repertory, much of it rare in concert hall.
Her versatility and theatricality brought her world renown and an appearance with the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow. She later became a troupe’s artistic director.
American Ballet Theatre presents the New York premiere of Of Love and Rage June 20–25.
She took a unique interdisciplinary approach and created a new field of study by exploring the collision of politics, ballet, design and music.
Mr. Maharaj choreographed for Bollywood, but was chiefly known for carrying the torch of Kathak, one of India’s major dance traditions.
Mr. Peck’s dances for the revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical on Broadway tick almost every box of dutiful choreography, if without force.
Repairing the damage to the home of the Houston Grand Opera and the Houston Ballet, which have relocated temporarily, will take at least eight months.
The annual prizes, for young performers in theater and dance, were given to Khris Davis, an actor, and Indiana Woodward of New York City Ballet.
The work, "Layla and Majnun," is to have its premiere in Berkeley, Calif., in September.
Directed by Wayne Cilento, this choreographic anthology of numbers from musicals, TV shows and films is at the Joyce Theater through Jan. 3.
For its spring 2016 season, American Ballet Theater offers a slightly bolder lineup, with more of a focus on its artist in residence, Alexei Ratmansky.
The two dancers — Mr. Fairchild in “An American in Paris” and Mr. Yazbeck in “On the Town” — are bringing terrific performances to their shows.
The “Little Dancer” sculpture by Degas is the inspiration for the new musical by the same name, starring Tiler Peck of New York City Ballet.
“John,” by the choreographer Lloyd Newson and based on multiple interviews, is about a gay sauna as a transformative experience.
American Ballet Theater danced Ashton and Ratmansky versions of Shakespeare classics on Monday evening at the Metropolitan Opera House.
A dance critic says the dancing in seven new Broadway musicals is good enough for any of them to be contenders for a Tony choreography nomination.
Shakespeare’s plays, which often deal with young love, magic and the elemental, readily lend themselves to dance, as countless adaptations demonstrate.
The Paul Taylor Dance Company has added a performance to its season at the David H. Koch Theater that will include many of the company's alumni.
“Murmurs,” a mime/circus show by Victoria Thierrée Chaplin, explores illusions with a strange set and surreal scenes.
The Puerto Rican singer Gilberto Santa Rosa and the Ukrainian-born dancers Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy star in a revival of Luis Bravo’s popular “Forever Tango.”  …
Richard Nelson’s new play, “Nikolai and the Others,” gives an intimate portrait of Balanchine at work with Stravinsky on the ballet “Orpheus.”
The choreography in this season’s Broadway shows ran the gamut from circus acrobatics, to princely magic and character-revealing leaps.
How do you react to the look of a naked body onstage? Thirty-four years ago, as part of a friend’s bachelor party, I went to a London strip club with a group of seven other men. We were al…
There is no single method for choreography to succeed in a musical, and this year’s Tony Award nominees take distinct approaches.
A series of online videos documented the choreographer and his work.
The Cunningham company's Repertory Understudy Group, known as the RUGs, ended performances at the Cunningham Studio.