The troupe, which has played an important role in British dance, is losing its access to funding.
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“Hadrian,” opening on Oct. 13 in Toronto and about a gay relationship in ancient Rome, benefited from the criticism of “Prima Donna.”
A few innovative shows at the Bienal de Flamenco were a big departure from the traditional campfire-and-smoke idea of the dance and music form.
The actor left the stage soon after playing Lear in 1986. Now 80, he is giving it another go, in a made-for-television film directed by Richard Eyre.
Ms. De Keersmaeker’s cerebral, formally rigorous work seems to be everywhere these days, including next week at the Park Avenue Armory (“The Six Brandenburg Concertos”).
The event, which includes 42 shows as well as talks and films, is more focused on French productions this year, many in a somber mood.
What’s inside Agnes de Mille’s unopened 1963 letter? Rather than peeking, an organization is commissioning new work in her honor.
From a family-friendly riff on soccer to the Pina Bausch company, Tanz im August runs the stylistic gamut of contemporary dance.
The playwright Richard Bean brings world-class professional snooker onstage in “The Nap,” produced by the Manhattan Theater Club.