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    ‘Prismatic Park,’ an Oasis of Art in Madison Square Park

    ‘Prismatic Park,’ an Oasis of Art in Madison Square Park


    The choreographer Netta Yerushalmy will perform for two weeks for passers-by in Madison Square...

    The latest exhibition in the Manhattan park’s robust art program features three colorful structures for dancers, poets and musicians to perform in, on and around.
    The Art and Artistry of Double Dutch

    The Art and Artistry of Double Dutch


    Double Dutch Championships on the plaza at Lincoln Center in...

    Double Dutch requires athleticism, finesse and musicality. Lincoln Center honors its history and place in African-American culture.
    New York City Ballet Unveils Designers for Its Fall Fashion Gala

    New York City Ballet Unveils Designers for Its Fall Fashion Gala


    Rebecca Krohn and Jared Angle in Justin Peck’s “The Decalogue” at New York City Ballet. Ms. Krohn will retire this fall, but plans to remain with the company as a ballet...

    The event, overseen by Sarah Jessica Parker, returns on Sept. 28. City Ballet also said that the principal dancer Rebecca Krohn would retire this fall.
    Review: Balanchine Jewels from Paris, Moscow and New York

    Review: Balanchine Jewels from Paris, Moscow and New York


    Teresa Reichlen and fellow members of New York City Ballet performing in “Rubies” on Thursday...

    The Lincoln Center Festival celebrates the 50th anniversary of George Balanchine’s “Jewels” with three of the world’s foremost ballet companies.
    Dance in NYC This Week

    Dance in NYC This Week


    Abigail Levine will recreate Sol LeWitt’s “Wall Drawing #56,” according to the artist’s painstaking written instructions, as a choreographic exercise at Fridman Gallery over five days. See listing...

    Our guide to dance performances.
    A Bill Funding Arts and Humanities Endowments Passes House Committee

    A Bill Funding Arts and Humanities Endowments Passes House Committee


    Funding from the National Endowment for the Arts helped the Dallas Museum of Art buy this Chris Burden work, “All the Submarines of the United States of America” (1987), shown in 2013 at the New Museum in New...

    Months after President Trump proposed eliminating the N.E.A. and the N.E.H., a bill to finance them was approved by the appropriations panel.
    A New Calling Card for the Bolshoi Ballet

    A New Calling Card for the Bolshoi Ballet


    Vladislav Lantratov and Ekaterina Krysanova of the Bolshoi Ballet in “The Taming of the...

    “The Taming of the Shrew,” at the Lincoln Center Festival this week, showcases the vibrant, larger-than-life spirit the company is known for.
    Selective Affinities: Adam Weinert Finds a Lineage and a Home

    Selective Affinities: Adam Weinert Finds a Lineage and a Home


    Adam Weinert (at rear on right) rehearses Ted Shawn’s “Dance of the Ages” with dancers at an old mill (no air conditioning, no bathroom) just outside Hudson,...

    Mr. Weinert, who has become known for reconstructing the work of Ted Shawn, is putting down roots in Hudson, N.Y.
    Ohad Naharin to Step Down as Batsheva Dance Company Artistic Director

    Ohad Naharin to Step Down as Batsheva Dance Company Artistic Director


    The Batsheva Dance Company performing “Last Work” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in February. Ohad Naharin will step down as the company’s artistic director in September...

    Mr. Naharin, who has led the dance company since 1990 and helped make it one of the world’s best, will continue to hold the position of house choreographer.
    A Daytime Dance Party That Celebrates Black Diversity

    A Daytime Dance Party That Celebrates Black Diversity


    Belania Daley, center, dancing at an Everyday People party on Memorial Day at Output in Williamsburg,...

    Everyday People started as a Lower East Side brunch party. It now draws thousands of partygoers and has expanded to other cities and countries.
    The Bolshoi, Under the Exacting Eye of Makhar Vaziev

    The Bolshoi, Under the Exacting Eye of Makhar Vaziev


    Makhar K. Vaziev, the ballet director of the Bolshoi Ballet, in the main foyer of the Bolshoi...

    Mr. Vaziev, who said he was attracted to the company’s scale, took his job as ballet director in 2016, at a particularly fraught moment in the troupe’s long history.
    Review: Dancing in the Liquid Realm of Dreams

    Review: Dancing in the Liquid Realm of Dreams


    The choreographer Saburo Teshigawara in his “Sleeping Water” at the Lincoln Center...

    Saburo Teshigawara’s “Sleeping Water” at the Lincoln Center Festival mines the experience of sleep. But it’s far from a snooze.
    Doug Varone to Create a New Work for Paul Taylor’s Dancers

    Doug Varone to Create a New Work for Paul Taylor’s Dancers


    Members of Doug Varone’s company, Doug Varone and Dancers, at BAM Harvey Theater this spring. Mr. Varone is the latest choreographer chosen for the program Taylor Company...

    Mr. Varone, artistic director of Doug Varone and Dancers, is the latest choreographer chosen for Taylor Company Commissions.
    Dance in NYC This Week

    Dance in NYC This Week


    From left, Zachary Denison, Lonnie Stanton and Cassandra Cotta in a 2016 iteration of the dance “Secrets and Seawalls” in Fort Tilden, Queens. Kinesis Project Dance Theater will perform the work next week aboard a cargo ship; see listing...

    Our guide to dance performances.
    Three Companies, Three Facets of Balanchine’s ‘Jewels’

    Three Companies, Three Facets of Balanchine’s ‘Jewels’


    Olga Smirnova and Semyon Chudin of the Bolshoi in the “Diamonds” segment of Balanchine’s...

    The ballerinas Dorothée Gilbert, Teresa Reichlen and Olga Smirnova talk about their roles in Lincoln Center Festival’s production of this 1967 ballet.