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This choreographer, whose first piece for New York City Ballet has its premiere on Jan. 26, makes short films as well.
Justin Peck’s “The Times Are Racing” premieres at the New York City Ballet next week, with costumes by Opening Ceremony and music by Dan Deacon.
New York City Ballet opened its six-week season with three works by this choreographer, in a program called “Balanchine Short Stories.”
Current and former Rockettes find themselves in a new spotlight as they take sides over the inauguration, breaking with the solidarity that defines the troupe.
“You can really only act with your torso,” said Sterling Hyltin, who dances the role of the Sleepwalker, gliding across the stage in bourrées.
Alexandra Bachzetsis presents her new, ruthless, repetitive and violent installation, “Massacre: Variations on a Theme,” at the Museum of Modern Art.
Ms. Swope produced hundreds of thousands of images of performers in action, and by the time she retired, her studio contained more than a million images.
The job didn’t work out in the end, but this riveting film documents a choreographer’s cheerfully tenacious effort as well as his work on one ballet.
The Y is celebrating the legacy of a pioneering artist who was striving to create “the dancer of the future.”
This annual festival of contemporary performance returned for an eighth year, jampacked with premieres, works in progress and workshops.
“I just want to be a vehicle,” says Soledad Barrio of Noche Flamenca, who presses the expressive limits of her body in conveying the heroine’s sadness and rage.
The annual prizes, for young performers in theater and dance, were given to Khris Davis, an actor, and Indiana Woodward of New York City Ballet.