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We check in with Indiana Woodward and Anthony Huxley of New York City Ballet on a day of rehearsals and costume fittings for their debuts as Aurora and Désiré.
Arts writers for The New York Times share their strategies (snacks) and budget-friendly options (outdoor events) in a discussion about introducing children to the arts.
Classical concerts, children’s film series and a festival where technology meets art are among the events that can keep young minds occupied (and having fun) through a school sabbatical and beyond.
Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Carlton on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” has sued video game makers saying they are stealing a dance he created.
The brash saxophonist performs at the Apollo; Season 2 of “At Home With Amy Sedaris" begins; and the Spanish dancer returns to Manhattan.
Performers disrupt conventional alignments in Kathy Westwater’s new work. The result is diffuse, but Julius Eastman’s music provides real drama.
A professional entertainer from the age of 9, Ms. Lee was seen in numerous short musical films as well as in nightclubs and on Broadway.
Tamara Rojo, of English National Ballet, gambled that a contemporary “Giselle,” with choreography by a ballet outsider, would resonate with audiences.
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Ms. Lovette, a City Ballet principal, will dance, choreograph and teach. Also at the festival: new works by Hope Boykin, Pam Tanowitz and more.
An annual celebration, this year attended by some 300 costumed revelers, is one of the regular events around the country that unite both the novelist’s hard-core fans and period dance enthusiasts.
Mr. Tomlinson, who danced with New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Dance Theater of Harlem, was a rangy, powerful presence on the stage.
Led by the choreographer Andrea Miller, the company Gallim presented the premiere of “To Create the World” at the Joyce Theater.
The choreographer Camille A. Brown deftly uses the tradition of step to add “a heartbeat to the story” of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s musical play, now on Broadway.
Whether you want to dance early in the morning or watch stand-up comics vie for a bachelor, here are some events for you.
The director of “Non Solus,” which melds dance and acrobatics, talks about their different vocabularies and shared respect for the body.
Ms. Tanowitz’s piece, set to Bartok, replaces a previously announced commission from Emma Portner, who has withdrawn for personal reasons.
In Nick Payne’s new play, Gyllenhaal stars as a man in mourning — a much more sympathetic role than his art snob in “Velvet Buzzsaw.”
The library’s dance division — the largest, most eclectic collection of dance materials in the world — turns 75. We picked some rarities.
Two dance teams go to war in “Battle! Hip-Hop in Armor,” part of It’s Showtime NYC’s residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.