Works by the legendary choreographer dominated the first half of the company’s spring season; the second features newer dances of varying inventiveness, including an energetic piece by resident choreographer Justin Peck.
The troupe’s current run at the Joyce Theater features dances by Graham alongside contemporary works inspired by her that struggle to compete.
The choreographer’s nearly three-hour work, which had its premiere in 2001 and was inspired by her time in the South American nation, is now in performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The United Ukrainian Ballet performed ‘Giselle’ at the Kennedy Center in a new interpretation by choreographer Alexei Ratmansky.
One of two all-evening ballets in the company’s winter season, choreographer Justin Peck’s ‘Copland Dance Episodes’ takes inspiration from four of the American composer’s works; in another program, Balanchine’s little-seen ‘Haieff Divertimento’ proves sly and compelling.
The dance company’s current season at City Center features four recent additions to its repertory, including a world premiere, a Paul Taylor duet and a piece by Twyla Tharp.
The return of the School of American Ballet’s students under age 12 to the perennial Lincoln Center production after a pandemic-related hiatus makes the show especially poignant and engaging.
The Paul Taylor Dance Company’s current season at Lincoln Center features works new and old, including some of Taylor’s collaborations with artist Alex Katz.
Alongside Balanchine favorites, New York City Ballet’s season features works by Kyle Abraham and Justin Peck, as well as Gianna Reisen’s dance to a commissioned composition by Solange Knowles.
The British choreographer’s ‘Birthday Offering’ is the standout on a triple bill that also includes his ‘Varii Capricci’ and the underwhelming world premiere of ” ‘Shades of Spring’ by Jessica Lang.
Moses Pendleton’s dance troupe performs a kaleidoscopic reimagining of the Lewis Carroll classic.
The troupe’s Met season, its final one under Kevin McKenzie and its first since 2019, is a showcase of talent in choreography both new and old
Premieres, rarities and an old favorite mix in this inventive showcase that features some designs by Robert Rauschenberg.
The troupe’s new season has rewarded dance fans with Pam Tanowitz’s new ‘Law of Mosaics’ and Jerome Robbins’s ‘The Goldberg Variations’ (1971)
The first dance troupe in the inaugural season at Chelsea Factory is no match for the well-appointed setting
The inaugural event at the historic venue features four troupes returning to its stage after the Covid-19 pandemic, and early performances by the Paul Taylor Dance Company offer plenty to celebrate.
His detailed staging of the work, which uses the 1895 revised Tchaikovsky score, is based on handwritten notations documenting the choreography of Petipa and Ivanov.
In the winter season, freshly promoted dancers seize their opportunities to shine.
The Troupe’s current run at City Center includes two live premieres and four newly staged productions.
New York City Ballet’s holiday perennial returns after a Covid-19-induced absence, with a few pandemic tweaks in place.