For its first Pride program, the Joyce is pairing Madboots and Sean Dorsey Dance, whose documentary dance work explores the AIDS epidemic.
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A Colorado amphitheater, a Manhattan staircase and a skating rink on Martha’s Vineyard — these are just a few of places to see incredible performances this season.
Mr. Lubovitch, who’s been a choreographer for 50 years, talks about his work and learning from the best: Graham, Limón and the stage of a nightclub.
Ballet Hispánico’s world premieres at the Joyce Theater were inspired by Federico García Lorca — one by a play, one by his friendship with Dalí.
An exhibition of decorative arts opens in New York, and Al Pacino plays the Penn State coach in an HBO movie.
The choreographer Dada Masilo’s “Giselle” mixes contemporary dance with traditional Tswana movement. But it is more about look than sensation.
The Stephen Petronio Company’s revival of “Signals” is one sign among many of how robustly Cunningham’s work is surviving.
The pop star returns to Madison Square Garden, and the French actress is deliciously diabolical in the new film “Ismael’s Ghosts.”
Mr. Brooks’s underwhelming new dance, “Prelude,” at the Joyce Theater, focuses on backwardness or reversal.
Mr. McGregor’s piece, different each time it’s performed, has impressive surface style and dancers. But they can’t mask its lack of shape or heart.