The Stephen Petronio Company’s revival of “Signals” is one sign among many of how robustly Cunningham’s work is surviving.
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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.
The artist’s work will be shown with Egon Schiele’s in Boston; and Phil Lesh and Bob Weir will play at Radio City Music Hall.
The Bronx-born bachata superstar will perform at Madison Square Garden, and the creator of “Six Feet Under” returns to HBO.
One program, for dance professionals, keeps tickets at $10; the other is pay-what-you-wish at select shows.
In “What the Day Owes to the Night,” the French choreographer Hervé Koubi reimagines the world of his Algerian ancestry.
Arcell Cabuag has worked with Ronald K. Brown for 20 years. A new Brown duet, “Den of Dreams,” commemorates their collaboration and friendship.
Malpaso’s dancers remain driven and invigorating, but the dances on its program at the Joyce felt like missteps.