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.
The iconic choreographer, now age 80, creates a four-part, two-hour show for City Center.
In an online premiere, Miami City Ballet skillfully relocates George Balanchine’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s play to an underwater locale inspired by South Florida
New York City Ballet recently returned to the stage for in-person shows for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A sculpture, sound and performance installation at Lincoln Center’s Hearst Plaza fuses professional dance with first-person storytelling from ‘civilians.’
The Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival returns with in-person and digital programming, including this lengthy 2019 performance by Crystal Pite and the Paris Opera Ballet.
Danspace Project’s four Platform films are choreographic responses to the physical separation brought on by the pandemic.
As dance companies edge closer to normalcy, New York City Ballet’s virtual gala—filmed by Sofia Coppola at Lincoln Center—feels ebullient, while a streamed version of a live American Ballet Theatre performance falls a little flat.
In a program of works by the American Ballet Theatre’s esteemed artist in residence, an ebullient world premiere created in a ‘ballet bubble’ rose to the top.
A socially distanced performance in the East Village, now available to stream, marked a return to the stage for dancers, musicians and vocalists from the Metropolitan Opera and an ineffable audience experience.
Performance artist Elliot Reed and guest collaborators take on Covid-19 restrictions as a formal challenge in a series of improvised works at MoMA PS1.
New York City Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet offer filmed productions of George Balanchine’s staging of Tchaikovsky’s Christmas classic.
Four new, specially commissioned ballets from American Ballet Theatre work for at-home pandemic viewing, but are unlikely to translate well to in-person performance.
New York City Ballet’s digital season ended with a week of short, elegantly performed premieres padded with forgettable interviews.
Choreographer David Gordon’s remotely constructed, 60-minute video work presents dances he first staged in the 1970s alongside stories of his background and the works’ creation.