“Concertiana,” Mr. Taylor’s 147th work, received a premiere along with “The Beauty in Gray” by Bryan Arias and “Half Life” by Doug Varone.
Five standout Taylor dancers talk about their careers in the company and working for a modern master who is still making dances at 87.
The company’s winter season ended with a bit of enchantment from Alexei Ratmansky — and some great dancing, including by Adrian Danchig-Waring.
Jean-Christophe Maillot’s version of Shakespeare’s comedy is a postmodern mess that replaces the troupe’s reckless hugeness with slapstick cuteness.
The Chicago company, once resident in New York, has brought Krzysztof Pastor’s “Romeo & Juliet” to Lincoln Center.
Our chief dance critic on premieres at the Paul Taylor American Modern Dance season, including new works by Mr. Taylor, who is still prolific at 86.
Benefits were held recently for the School of American Ballet, Anthology Film Archives, Atlantic Theater Company and MoveOpolis.
Ms. York, the choreographer who started as a Taylor dancer, discusses her newest work, “Continuum,” which Paul Taylor American Modern Dance will showcase.
We followed Claire Kretzschmar, a rising member of the corps de ballet, for one exhausting week. She gave new meaning to the idea of being on your feet all day.