Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.
The initiative aims to encourage dance makers, musicians and other artists to continue working. “We need art right now more than ever,” Mikhail Baryshnikov said.
The New York Public Library has acquired Brown’s archive, including 1,200 videotapes that provide an invaluable record of her creative process.
The Taiwanese artist Lee Mingwei’s “Our Labyrinth” comes to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a New York touch from the choreographer Bill T. Jones.
Our critic reveled in the fact that the only thing separating him from BalletCollective performers was the late-summer air.
“Table of Silence” was adapted this year to look back at one moment of crisis in New York City history against the backdrop of another.
Live performances in the theater are still on hold, but the company will present an online season, culminating in five new dances.
Ice Theater of New York finds its way back to the glide under the summer sun. “I go wherever my wheels take me,” one skater …
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The six new principal dancers include Calvin Royal III, who is just the third Black dancer to be elevated to that role.
Amy Sherman-Palladino and her choreographer, Marguerite Derricks, talk about how the show uses dance and movement in conventional and unconventional ways.
The choreographer’s “The Philadelphia Matter — 1972/2020” is a video work for a virtual company of more than 30 performers. That’s a lot of Dropbox.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought various hardships. An artist, bookseller, comedian and five others share their stories of how they are coping with all the …
How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to and watch.
These anime series could dispense with gravity and the laws of nature. Instead, they depict athletes’ powers just beyond the realm of possibility.
The dancer and choreographer was on a career high when the pandemic hit. Now she has created a virtual school powered by the kind of …
An in-demand lighting designer, he won Tony Awards for “Hamilton” and “Jersey Boys.”
In his 70s, Cunningham, the modern dance innovator, started a new creative period, discovering new possibilities for human movement.
The modern dance troupe has been sharing content online since the pandemic began but now will organize programs thematically.
A new performance series, Arts on the Roof, affords some of the few opportunities to watch live dance in New York this summer and fall.
A few dedicated New Yorkers are masters of the 1970s club dance, which has become a social media sensation.
As the prestigious archive addresses its severe lack of such filmmakers, we asked you who should be included. You had a lot of ideas.
Mr. Hallberg, soon to lead the Australian Ballet, was photographed in Moscow before the pandemic halted his final days as a dancer.
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These performers are creating a new template for the artist-as-activist, challenging their industry — and their audiences — to reconsider what inclusion really means.
A powerful dancer, he and his first wife, the ballerina Nora Kovach, were among the first highly-publicized defectors from the Soviet Bloc.
What to watch this week: a celebratory film by Dance Theater of Harlem; “Sonic Gatherings,” inspired by Merce Cunningham Events; and a Mark Morris masterpiece.
Ms. Popova, who grew up in Russia, toured the globe, danced on Broadway and became a teacher. She died of the coronavirus.
How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to, read and watch.
The Mariinsky Ballet has been ordered to stay home to avoid further spread of the coronavirus. What does this mean for other companies?