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Eiko Otake performs "A Body in Places," a shifting solo work related to the nuclear disaster in Fukushima... [Read More]
Yvonne Meier turned ordinary objects (tomatoes, Band-Aids) into tools for artistic expression; Jillian Sweeney engaged with memory and storytelling. [Read More]
Step Afrika!'s "The Migration," inspired by Lawrence's paintings, shows that stepping can fill an evening and tell stories. [Read More]
Preeti Vasudevan tells stories of contemporary life, not of gods and goddesses. [Read More]
Maguy Marin returned to New York with "BiT," an evening-length dance that digs into the ugly side of human behavior. [Read More]
Mark Morris stages the tragic love story of "Layla and Majnun"; here the pair touch for the first time. [Read More]
Wednesday's program had two premieres by Benjamin Millepied. But when it comes to new choreography that isn't by Alexei Ratmansky, Ballet Theater flounders. [Read More]
They tried early spring, late spring and Harvey Weinstein. But the Rockettes have yet to create a warm-weather franchise to rival their Christmas show. [Read More]
Ballet is religion in Powell and Pressburger's 1948 movie. Dancers, 19 to 80, talk about what the movie and its intensity has meant to them. [Read More]
The choreographer Karole Armitage's "Halloween Unleashed" was inspired by Disney's 1929 "Skeleton Dance" — and Haitian carnival and no-wave New York grit. [Read More]
The American Ballet Theater principals Gillian Murphy and Cory Stearns perform a section of "Other Dances." [Read More]
Mr. Fairchild performed "Duo Concertant," with Sterling Hyltin, and then handed roses to fellow principal dancers. [Read More]
The music may be intimidating, but Pam Tanowitz, collaborating with the pianist Simone Dinnerstein, found freedom in its formal structure. [Read More]
Mark Morris's new dance for Mr. Hallberg, "Twelve of 'em," set to Benjamin Britten's Twelve Variations for Piano, which will have its premiere at Fall... [Read More]
Our critics pick the pieces they're looking forward to at this popular seasonal festival at New York City Center. [Read More]
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Salva Sanchis's dance, set to John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme," is frantic and urgent, yet strangely unfeeling. [Read More]
In Beth Gill's "Brand New Sidewalk," the dancer Danielle Goldman painstakingly removes layers of clothing: "It's like a striptease," Ms. Gill says. [Read More]
"It's big Megan" now. After a stint on Broadway and a divorce, Ms. Fairchild has arrived at a new level of artistry and her first... [Read More]
For "Festival of Dreams" the Congolese choreographer Faustin Linyekula worked with dancers from It's Showtime NYC for two weeks. [Read More]
In "Swan Lake," Sarah Mearns takes on the dual role of Odette/Odile, and there are three other premieres this season from company members. [Read More]