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Shamel Pitts and Bobbi Jene Smith, veterans of Ohad Naharin’s company, showed their distinctive dance voices in New York performances.
After a successful dance career in the Soviet Union, he turned up at the School of American Ballet looking for work. He taught there for more than 40 years.
Viengsay Valdés, a star ballerina and hometown hero, assumes the mantle worn, seemingly forever, by the 98-year-old Alicia Alonso.
From the shop floors of factories to ballet’s grandest stages, unions are rethinking how they balance their responsibilities in sexual harassment cases.
Over 10 years, American Ballet Theater has become fluent in the style of Mr. Ratmansky, whose new work will be unveiled at the spring gala.
The fall season at N.Y.U. Skirball Center will also include 10 interdisciplinary performance works by artists like John Kelly and Mette Ingvartsen.
“It’s really slow and there’s a lot of stillness because stillness is basically my one true love,” Ms. Walsh says of this excerpt from “Fame Notions.”
David Parsons’s dances, at their best and worst, remain simple. Not so, the strange, enigmatic “Runes” of Paul Taylor, Mr. Parson’s creative parent.
The choreographer and performance artist Ann Liv Young is using her Bushwick apartment — and her daughters and animals — in her version of “Antigone.”
A triple bill of dances by resident choreographers shows skill but wobbles in parts, most egregiously on gender equality.
In Cunningham, the generation of Judson Dance Theater choreographers found a model who opened up new possibilities for dance in time and space.
“discrete figures,” part of Live Ideas 2019, has arresting moments, but feels more like a series of experiments than a visionary whole.
“I’m this entity of rawness,” Gabrielle Hamilton said of the dance she performs in the Broadway show, choreographed by John Heginbotham.
The unflappable Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, who works across an impressive range of forms, has made a new dance for Natalia Osipova and the Royal Ballet.
As a child, she danced the Lindy Hop on Harlem sidewalks before becoming a Savoy Ballroom sensation and an international stage and screen star.
Inspired by Jerome Robbins, who cast him in the stage and film versions of “West Side Story,” he went on to create dances for Ann-Margret and others.
It was a sign of the company’s new era to feature a dance by Ms. Tanowitz, whose virtues were on display even if she failed to hit it out of the park.
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.