William Forsythe, Martha Clarke, Shantala Shivalingappa, and more.
The veteran choreographer brings Frame Dances and Adamantine to the Baryshnikov Arts Center
Prometheus--Landscape II's Flemish flames
And proud of it
Local visits from two rarely seen choreographers
On October 3, 1951, the Giants' Bobby Thomson - who died yesterday at age 86 - did more than hit the most famous home run in baseball history. He also inspired one of baseball's most famous sayings. The Yankees had clinched the American League pennant just a couple of days before the Giant ... More >>
"What does it matter what you say about someone?" Marlene Dietrich says about Orson Welles at the end of Touch Of Evil. What, indeed? Except that now, at the end, we should say a few things about George Steinbrenner that even out the other things we remember all too well: the ridiculous outbu ... More >>
Gordon, Rudner, Monk, and more—remembering the finest work of the past 10 years
Cleaning product ads generally show someone, usually a woman, cleaning, or explaining how they owe it to their family to clean. With a number of recent studies showing that partners who share house work improve, among other things, their sexual relationship, Pine Sol has decided to go with cl ... More >>
The Japan Society remounts Harry Partch's "total theater"
The best international theater New York still needs to see
Charlotte Vincent dances to divorce
Celebrating 20 years of making the ordinary extraordinary
Articulating our beliefs, our hopes, our terrible dreams
Your biological clock. Your student loans. Your girly paycheck. Hey, you're having it all.
Minor-League Ball Flourishes in the Shadow of the Mets and Yanks