The choreographer does Ellington; plus work by Wayne McGregor and George Balanchine
A ballet veteran looks back; young dancers gaze into the future
Extra! Young Choreographer Charts Own Course
An Oscar Wilde fairy tale becomes a heartbreaking ballet
For five years, New York's senior senator said nothing about the toxic cloud that hung over his own constituents.
Two foreign dancemakers enliven the season
Ballet dancers venture into new territory and discover new challenges
Christopher Wheeldon plummets into Beethoven's tumult
A master's 1958 ballet revived, a 1951 film classic staged, and lovers twining in new ways
New York City Ballet principal Benjamin Millepied assembles colleagues and puts on a show
Danes at NYCB, Killer Nurses on Pointe, and Magic Apples at Dixon Place
Spring Fever Dreams
New York City Ballet Gets a New Gem
When Is an Act Not an Act?
Ballet Companies Are Busy Acting Up