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With "An Ode To," Solange reimagined "A Seat at the Table" with her own choreography and reconstructed musical arrangements. [Read More]
Choreographed protest from Quebec, a museum workout (!) and some titans of modern dance round out the top moments of movement coming up. [Read More]
Our critic looks at how Koma (alone) reckons with vulnerability and age, and how François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea bring mystery and oddity to Dia:Beacon. [Read More]
Violence against women is pervasive in contemporary works of ballet. Enough is enough: It's time to give women as much power and agency as men. [Read More]
The Japanese dancer, half of a duo with his wife Eiko, will return to St. Mark's Church to expand an otherworldly piece. [Read More]
The poet and the choreographer team up for a work that meshes language and dance to address an open-ended question about surveillance and being human. [Read More]
Okwui Okpokwasili, a magnetic performer, choreographer and writer returns with a long-gestating new work, "Poor People's TV Room," at New York Live Arts. [Read More]
At MoMA, crowds watched Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's company dance all day. In smaller spaces, Ursula Eagly and Aynsley Vandenbroucke unveiled work. [Read More]
With a new show at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, this choreographer and dancer approaches her art as an assembling of personal notes. [Read More]
Larissa Velez-Jackson, half of the duo Yackez, is bringing 11 women, ages 66 to 87, from her parallel life as a fitness instructor, into a... [Read More]
Our critics review recent performances around New York at Danspace Project, the 92nd Street Y and New York Live Arts. [Read More]
The former New York City Ballet dancer's new work combines postmodern movement and the Higgs boson particle. [Read More]
The choreographer Richard Move discusses "XXYY," which explores a world without boxes for gender, race, religion or artistic genres. [Read More]
Our guide to dance performances. [Read More]
Mr. Maya's "Latente: A Flamenco Journey," at the Schimmel Center, takes inspiration from the Gypsy singer Juana la del Pipa. [Read More]
The choreographer Annie-B Parson discusses a new work inspired by Graham's "Punch and the Judy," which had audiences laughing when it debuted in 1941. [Read More]
Alexandra Bachzetsis presents her new, ruthless, repetitive and violent installation, "Massacre: Variations on a Theme," at the Museum of Modern Art. [Read More]
The Y is celebrating the legacy of a pioneering artist who was striving to create "the dancer of the future." [Read More]
This annual festival of contemporary performance returned for an eighth year, jampacked with premieres, works in progress and workshops. [Read More]
Performers hoping to secure backing at the Association of Performing Arts Presenters convention, known as APAP, endure a grueling schedule every year. [Read More]
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