Peter Martins’s staging of the classic is an exercise in too-muchness; Alexei Ratmansky’s premiere offers dancers and dancing in a fresh, oddball light.
Alexei Ratmansky puts a fresh spin on a fantastical work by reaching into its history.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s current season highlights contemporary works that struggle to live up to the choreography of the company’s founder.
At the Joyce, the Christmas favorite takes an engagingly unfamiliar form with a soundtrack by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn.
A collaboration between choreographer Pam Tanowitz and pianist Simone Dinnerstein at the Joyce adds a physical dimension to the demanding keyboard composition.
At the Joyce Theater in New York, Spain’s folkloric dance tradition is stripped down to its essence
Robert Greskovic takes in four dance pieces picked by the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s new artistic director for its Next Wave Festival
Performing its first Lincoln Center season under new director Michael Novak, the company appears poised for a bright future.
American Ballet Theatre’s current season places a special emphasis on works created for the company by women.
This uneven work at The Shed is by turns casual and eye-catchingly formal, sometimes with the air of dry choreographic exercises and at other times that of playful, engaging, pure dance.
New York City Ballet’s first full season under the leadership of Jonathan Stafford and Wendy Whelan features two premiere works and several troupe standards.
So far at the Joyce Theater Ballet Festival, astute looks at the Royal Ballet’s past have been the standouts.
At the Joyce Theater, members of the Royal Danish Ballet perform selections from the elaborate dances 19th-century choreographer August Bournonville created during his decades with the company.
The acrobatic dance-theater group Pilobolus returns to the Joyce Theater with a program that leans heavily on vintage favorites.
At Bach Festival, a world premiere by Pam Tanowitz holds the stage authoritatively next to choreographic legend Paul Taylor’s work, while one by Margie Gillis falters.
The troupe presents works by Alexei Ratmansky and Twyla Tharp, as well as the American premiere of Cathy Marston’s lengthy ‘Jane Eyre.’
Parsons Dance pays tribute to Paul Taylor as part of its current run at the Joyce.
Mark Morris’s celebration of ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ gets lost in its ‘60s-era trippiness.
A series of dance bills from Aussie groups proved to be, at best, of pleasant, passing interest.
Now under new artistic leadership, New York City Ballet is ushering in a new chapter in the company’s history.