In “Pitkin Grove,” at the Joyce Theater, her focus on form persists, but she has carved out more space for feeling to creep in, or blast through.
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Ms. Mearns, interpreting Isadora Duncan, has stepped transcendently into a different kind of spirit, gentler than the dancer we know from City Ballet.
Juliana F. May talks about her new work, “Folk Incest,” which uses text and movement to grapple with personal and intergenerational trauma.
Three site-specific works allow even the most jaded New Yorkers to see the city’s commercial epicenter with fresh eyes.
Mr. Abraham, who is making his first dance for a ballet company, said he’s not trying to make “that canned version of ballet with an urban zhoozh.”
The exhibition “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done” explores the legacy of this loose collective of artists in Greenwich Village in the 1960s.
Some performance spaces in New York are reminding viewers that the work they see is being performed on Indigenous land.
Ryan Jamaal Swain, Dominique Jackson and Jason A. Rodriguez talk about their experiences as dancers in life — and onscreen in Ryan Murphy’s show about the underground ballroom scene of the 1980s.
The Ashley Bouder Project’s goal is to promote the work of women and other underrepresented voices in the slow-to-change world of ballet.