Wires suspend the dancers, and our disbelief, in this premiere by Company Wang Ramirez.
American Ballet Theater’s fall season, showing eight ballets by nine choreographers, tips the company’s versatility into anonymity.
Remarkable revivals of pieces by Deborah Hay and David Gordon show that Judson Dance Theater’s works remain radical still.
What does the turmoil at New York City Ballet mean for the art form? And where does the company stand now?
American Ballet Theater’s fall gala featured dances by Lauren Lovette and Michelle Dorrance, and Twyla Tharp’s “In the Upper Room.”
Ms. Gerring’s new dance, “Field,” has an earthiness to its movement. “As much as we’re soaring and jumping,” the dancer Brandon Collwes said, “I always feel that I’m coming back to the ground.”
Parades, a festival within the fair, will present 17 productions this year, with a focus on verse and dance. Here’s a sampling of the most intriguing.
New York City Ballet’s fall season ended with Mr. De Luz’s final performance — and with debuts and promotions, too.
This documentary follows Rocío Molina, a cutting-edge dancer, as she prepares for a Paris show.