Paul McCartney makes waves at the ballet
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?
Erik Satie meets Southeast Asian rap in a postmodern Cambodian dance
Two very different companies challenge stability
Combating bad art, the cabaret law, and a vicious crush on a dreamy, hirsute comedian
Those young lovers die in fifth position yet again
Angels we have seen on high
Balanchine's company shows its versatility in winter season opener
Are diamonds still a girl's best friend?
A master's 1958 ballet revived, a 1951 film classic staged, and lovers twining in new ways
Five premieres and a restoration at the New York City Ballet
Peter Boal takes his classical heritage and his adventurous spirit to Chelsea and Seattle
Three generations of choreographers offer richly variegated bounty this winter season
Jazz masters Savion Glover and Robert Sadin marry tap riffs to classical standards
Pina, Peter, George, Jerry, and Chris create diversions for adult kids and naive grown-ups
Adams, Bartók, Bernstein, and the Bad Plus grab two dancemakers by the ears and heart
The Balance of Power Shifts Between America's Top Two Ballet Troupes
A Virtuoso Evens the Score
NYCB Revivals, Downtown Experiments
Journeys: on the Town, on His Own, Through Family History
Choreographers Fling Gauntlets to New York City Ballet and Philadanco!
Melissa Barak Has the City at Her Feet
Danes at NYCB, Killer Nurses on Pointe, and Magic Apples at Dixon Place
New Work From David Gordon, Tamar Rogoff, and New York City Ballet
Expiring for Love Is Beautiful but Stupid
Is Balanchine Spinning in His Grave, or Grinning Broadly?
Change Countries, Change Partners, Change the World
Twyla Tharp Reinvents Herself One More Time
New York City Ballet Shows Its All
What to Serve With Vintage Balanchine
Does Leather Go With Lace? Why Not?
Ballet Companies Are Busy Acting Up
Peter Martins Revamps a Classic
The Temperature Changes From Uptown to Down