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Three artists were chosen for what the Brooklyn Academy of Music says is its first formal relationship with a residency partner.
Jean-Christophe Maillot’s version of Shakespeare’s comedy is a postmodern mess that replaces the troupe’s reckless hugeness with slapstick cuteness.
This week's installment of our Instagram series features Ekaterina Krysanova of the Bolshoi Ballet.
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.
Emery LeCrone and Claudia Schreier’s programs at the Joyce had stars (Wendy Whelan!) and sophistication. So why was it not thrilling?
Double Dutch requires athleticism, finesse and musicality. Lincoln Center honors its history and place in African-American culture.
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.
Most of us are ruled by time. Not Tiler Peck, of New York City Ballet. And this spring, she took her mastery to a new level.
The Lincoln Center Festival celebrates the 50th anniversary of George Balanchine’s “Jewels” with three of the world’s foremost ballet companies.
The latest installment of our Instagram series features Teresa Reichlen of New York City Ballet.
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.
“The Taming of the Shrew,” at the Lincoln Center Festival this week, showcases the vibrant, larger-than-life spirit the company is known for.
Influenced by Gaga, a physically daring language of movement, the Israeli-born Ms. Agami’s pieces address conflicts, including those in modern Israel.
Mr. Weinert, who has become known for reconstructing the work of Ted Shawn, is putting down roots in Hudson, N.Y.
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.
Everyday People started as a Lower East Side brunch party. It now draws thousands of partygoers and has expanded to other cities and countries.
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.