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    Bolshoi Theater General Director’s Term Extended

    Bolshoi Theater General Director’s Term Extended


    President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, center, at a meeting Friday with the culture minister, Vladimir Medinsky, left, and the general director of the Bolshoi Theater, Vladimir...

    The executive, Vladimir Urin, was key in steering the Bolshoi after the 2013 acid attack on the ballet director Sergei Filin.
    City Ballet Has a New Principal Dancer

    City Ballet Has a New Principal Dancer


    New York City Ballet dancer Russell Janzen at a rehearsal in...

    Russell Janzen, who joined the company in 2008, is known for his élan. Seven dancers from the company’s corps de ballet were promoted to the rank of soloist.
    Dance in NYC This Week

    Dance in NYC This Week


    Marguerite Hemmings performing her multimedia work “We...

    Our guide to dance performances.
    Bringing Back the Spirit of Early Martha Graham, Stark and Pure

    Bringing Back the Spirit of Early Martha Graham, Stark and Pure


    PeiJu Chien-Pott in rehearsal for the Martha Graham Dance Company’s revival of Graham’s “Primitive Mysteries”...

    The Graham troupe’s season at the Joyce Theater includes a revival of one of her earliest works, “Primitive Mysteries” (1931).
    Michelle Dorrance Boomwhacks the Guggenheim Rotunda

    Michelle Dorrance Boomwhacks the Guggenheim Rotunda


    Michelle Dorrance, left, with fellow members of Dorrance Dance rehearsing “Works & Process Rotunda Project” at the...

    In a work by Ms. Dorrance and the choreographer Nicholas Van Young, the museum serves as a stage for movement and as a musical instrument.
    9 Artists Honor the Man Who Put Brooklyn on the Map

    9 Artists Honor the Man Who Put Brooklyn on the Map


    Harvey Lichtenstein in 1998, as he prepared to step down as president of the Brooklyn Academy of...

    Philip Glass, Mark Morris, Laurie Anderson and others remember Harvey Lichtenstein, who revived the Brooklyn Academy of Music and died on Feb. 11.
    Review: An Old Ballet Is Kissed Into New Life

    Review: An Old Ballet Is Kissed Into New Life


    Simone Messmer and Renan Cerdeiro in “The Fairy’s Kiss,” by Alexei Ratmansky, for Miami City...

    “The Fairy’s Kiss,” Alexei Ratmansky’s new version of a Stravinsky classic for Miami City Ballet, feels like skillful prose that opens into different forms of poetry.
    Anthony Huxley, the Anti-Jock of City Ballet

    Anthony Huxley, the Anti-Jock of City Ballet


    Anthony Huxley, a principal dancer at New York City Ballet, has been cast against type this season in Balanchine’s “Prodigal...

    A New York City Ballet principal, Mr. Huxley carries the refined and poetic air of a silent-movie star.
    Review: ‘Unknown Pleasures’ Makes Unfulfilled Promises

    Review: ‘Unknown Pleasures’ Makes Unfulfilled Promises


    Agnès Boulanger, center, performing in a Ballet de Lorraine production of “Devoted,” at the Joyce Theater on...

    A Ballet de Lorraine program at the Joyce Theater hides the identities of its featured dance makers — a thrilling premise that ultimately disappoints.
    José Maya’s Magical Flamenco Tour

    José Maya’s Magical Flamenco Tour


    José Maya will present his “Latente: A Flamenco Journey” at the Schimmel Center at Pace...

    Mr. Maya’s “Latente: A Flamenco Journey,” at the Schimmel Center, takes inspiration from the Gypsy singer Juana la del Pipa.
    How to Summon the Comic (!) Spirit of Martha Graham

    How to Summon the Comic (!) Spirit of Martha Graham


    Xin Ying of the Martha Graham Dance Company in Annie-B Parson’s “I used to love you,” which is based on Graham’s comic ballet “Punch and the...

    The choreographer Annie-B Parson discusses a new work inspired by Graham’s “Punch and the Judy,” which had audiences laughing when it debuted in 1941.