For “Paramodernities,” Ms. Yerushalmy is deconstructing works by six canonical choreographers, including Alvin Ailey and Bob Fosse.
Jack Ferver’s “Everything Is Imaginable” deals with fantasy, loneliness, sexuality and the trauma of growing up gay in America.
In Jack Ferver’s new work, dancers perform solos about their inspirations: Judy Garland, Brian Boitano, Martha Graham and — wait for it — My Little Pony.
The Making Room is an evening of work by Bebe Miller and Susan Rethorst. It’s also a website that lets us see their dance-making processes.
Mr. Harris will appear Off Broadway in “Good for Otto,” and Ms. Smith brings her one-woman show to HBO.
In her new work, Dana Reitz’s engrossing choreography is wedded to poetic lighting with marvelous imagination.
The body and the mind commune in “Poor People’s TV Room,” a work at New York Live Arts that was partly inspired by women’s resistance movements in Nigeria.
Okwui Okpokwasili, a magnetic performer, choreographer and writer returns with a long-gestating new work, “Poor People’s TV Room,” at New York Live Arts.
A hypnotic, female spirit permeates two works: Adrienne Truscott’s “THIS” (“I know, you’re all like — this is a dance?”) and Lily Gold’s “Good Mud.”