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    Dance in NYC This Week

    Dance in NYC This Week


    From left, the dancer Madison Krekel and Alicja Pismenko working on “Slavic Goddesses — A Wreath of Ceremonies,” a new work by Paulina...

    Our guide to dance performances.

    Watch Ballet Dancers Take Over a Subway Station


    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...

    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.
    Review: For Bite-Size Balanchine, Frisson Is in the Details

    Review: For Bite-Size Balanchine, Frisson Is in the Details


    Sterling Hyltin and Chase Finlay performing in “La Sonnambula” at the David H. Koch...

    New York City Ballet opened its six-week season with three works by this choreographer, in a program called “Balanchine Short Stories.”
    A Trump Inauguration Casualty: The Silent, Smiling Rockettes

    A Trump Inauguration Casualty: The Silent, Smiling Rockettes


    The Rockettes performing at an inaugural event for President George W. Bush in 2005, when he was sworn in for his second...

    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.
    She Rotates, She Floats, She Glides on Her Toes

    She Rotates, She Floats, She Glides on Her Toes


    Wendy Whelan and Robert Fairchild of New York City Ballet performing “La Sonnambula” in...

    Our dance critic walks viewers through Balanchine’s Gothic “La Sonnambula.”
    A Feminine Dance Work, Made ‘in a Very Brutal Way’

    A Feminine Dance Work, Made ‘in a Very Brutal Way’


    Alexandra Bachzetsis at the Museum of Modern Art, where “Massacre: Variations on a Theme” is...

    Alexandra Bachzetsis presents her new, ruthless, repetitive and violent installation, “Massacre: Variations on a Theme,” at the Museum of Modern Art.
    Dance in NYC This Week

    Dance in NYC This Week


    Abi Stafford and Tyler Angle of New York City Ballet performing in “The Four Temperaments” in 2014. The company will revisit that and other Balanchine works in its coming winter season. See listing...

    Our guide to dance performances.
    American Realness: Subversive, Crowded and Lit by Vital Sparks

    American Realness: Subversive, Crowded and Lit by Vital Sparks


    The Canadian choreographer Dana Michel performing her own “Mercurial George” as part of the American Realness festival at the Abrons Arts...

    This annual festival of contemporary performance returned for an eighth year, jampacked with premieres, works in progress and workshops.
    Clive Barnes Award Winners Are Announced

    Clive Barnes Award Winners Are Announced


    Indiana Woodward, of New York City...

    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.