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Choreographer Boris Eifman's latest ballet is inspired by ballroom dancing and runs June 7–9.
The company is performing at Lincoln Center through March 25.
Ailey shines a spotlight on Apartheid, police brutality, the cradle-to-prison pipeline, and more.
Daniel Ezralow’s father hoped he would become an accountant.
NEW YORK –“You don’t usually see them out here in the North Woods,” a woman observed admiringly, as she and her small son paused trailside
"This is a program that will open the doors for people," the dancer and choreographer promises.
The choreographer believes healing can take place, when we share experiences in the theater.
Even with its gumshoe plot and a cast of comic-book characters, this play is packed with earnest philosophizing.
Handel's pastoral tale is about “love and death and learning lessons, fighting what you can and giving up on what you can’t,” the choreographer says.
The Peter Smith School of Irish Dance will be the final act in this summer’s Music Beyond Borders series of free, lunchtime concerts on the Morristown Green.
"Don Quixote" is typically a crowd-pleaser, but the Bolshoi tries too hard to convince us we are having a good time.
Like most modern re-interpreters of "Swan Lake," choreographer Yuri Grigorovich does not believe in redemption.
In "The Inconsistent Pedaler," the bicycle becomes a vehicle that a young girl rides into adulthood while the act of pedaling becomes a metaphor for life itself.
The current retrospective, De Keersmaeker says, charts her development as a choreographer, particularly in relation to music.
Ballet Hispánico will perform its piece "Asuka," a tribute to the Queen of Salsa, and "Sombrerisimo," a witty showcase for the company's men.
While Boston Ballet performs evening-length classics at home, director Mikko Nissinen believes that New York audiences are sophisticated enough to savor mixed bills of neo-classical and cont…
This dance revue traveling the long way from Kansas to California gives admirers of Julianne and Derek Hough a chance to see their idols in the flesh — and maybe even dance with them.
The new work is a delicate dance in which the lightest touch produces arousal, and electricity travels through the body in waves.
This exhilarating evening-length production signals a sunny outcome for fans of Frederick Ashton's "Cinderella," who have waited for decades while ABT experimented with inferior ve…
A collaboration with the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra will feature dances set to music by Britten, Copland and Stravinsky.
The choreographer says Mozart’s music helps to keep her from despair. "It’s uplifting, and there’s a sense of order and staying afloat."
Jasperse's curious exploration of areas that other choreographers have left untouched gives his work a sensual and provocative edge.
Choreographer Ronald K. Brown doesn’t buy the idea that artists can detach themselves from suffering in the world around them.
"Don Quixote" has been box-office gold since it entered the theatre's repertoire in 1978, and audiences adore it with good reason.
Justin Peck's choreographies, including "Everywhere We Go," display a powerful imagination for organizing groups, yet he is not the savior all await — not yet, anyway.
"Surface Tensions" is a dance about having to live inside one’s own skin, and about the attempts that people make to escape their isolation by rubbing against each other.
“We don’t have a resident choreographer. We have five of them, or eight,” says artistic director Tom Mossbrucker.
In an intimate, gallery space, volunteers may contribute words, music and/or movement ideas for the performers to react to.
Chen describes her new work as a "mindscape" haunted by shadows, in which some dancers sit isolated while others nearby illustrate their thoughts.
"The power of Dance Theatre of Harlem is that it affords a different perspective on the art form," says artistic director Virginia Johnson
The company's new contemporary repertory isn’t necessarily high-minded, and it certainly isn’t dreary.