Celebrate a decade of falling for dance
On the morning of September 12, the New York City Ballet released a gorgeous video of two of its dancers performing on the 57th floor of Four World Trade Center, against the backdrop of the nearly complete Freedom Tower. Performing an excerpt of Christopher Wheeldon's "After the Rain" pas de deux, M ... More >>
Hunter S. Thompson, in his landmark book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, said that "every now and then the energy of a whole generation comes to a head in a long fine flash, for reasons that nobody really understands at the time -- and which never explain, in retrospect, what actually happened." Re ... More >>
Not your average ballet
MOMA welcomes . . . choreographers
It’s dance dance revolutionary
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 26, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 17 One from the 'Seesaw' by Joanna Mermey "Tap dancing is so honest. It makes people smile. A few weeks ago I was in Port Authority handing out ads for 'Seesaw.' Everyone kept running away from me becaus ... More >>
Four pieces from the company's junior crew
A stop at the Joyce Theater for the Legacy Tour
The choreographers each offer a New York premiere
The choreographer does Ellington; plus work by Wayne McGregor and George Balanchine
Four films from this year's fest
May we have this tango?
Street kids! Monks! Aszure Barton & artists bring Busk to BAC
Curious stones and Balanchine at DTW and Lincoln Center
Traditionally stoic, angelic, and completely silent, ballerinas are now spinning in the other direction, chatting it up at City Ballet performances to "humanize" their art, according to the Times. What happened to the robotic mystique of the seemingly unshakable dancer?
Dance Theater Workshop presents Olive Dance Theatre's interpretation of an '80s street art
Five choreographers pay tribute to the dance icon
The dancer-choreographer brings his tradition-challenging work to NYC
The choreographer is still looking for Morphoses' right program recipe
A grand duo of ballet films comes to Film Forum. Well choreographed!
A farewell to the choreographer of chance and thrilling universes
Pay tribute the late, great Cunningham
Artist Daniel Arsham takes his cutting-edge work downtown
An ingenious choreographer premieres a new ballet, courtesy of Prokofiev
Sonic Youth and others celebrate Merce Cunninghams 90th
Celebrating 30 years of the original 'punk ballerina'
Champions from Florida bring more than sunshine to our New York winter