In four pieces, Mr. Morris’s troupe drew from South Asian idioms as well as Native American and other influences.
Mr. Morris’s Dance Center hosts its annual day of free activities in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
Mr. Morris’s “Mozart Dances,” which tackles music many choreographers would rather avoid, returns to the Mostly Mozart Festival.
“Let’s breathe, let’s smile, let’s dance”: In her classes, Ashley Tuttle emphasizes movement and freedom, making them playful and popular.
Mark Morris has programmed a 10-part series exploring the music and dance of South India for the festival, running from Oct. 16 to Nov. 16.
A program by the Mark Morris Dance Group includes two new works: “The,” set to one of the “Brandenburg” Concertos, and “A Forest,” set to a Haydn piano trio.
The company presents “A Forest,” a new dance for nine, that is set to Haydn and includes costumes by a former company member, Maile Okamura.