If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about dance, now is a good time to explore. Here are some places to begin.
Communication across distance is the essential component of this 1971 dance, Brown’s company has found. You and your friends can try, too.
For decades, he presided over a dance class in Manhattan, guiding stars with a sharp wit and a grand aim: instilling discipline and excellence.
With the coronavirus pandemic putting live shows on hold, performers are adapting how they practice.
Your partner is a stranger, and the sidewalk is a stage. Our dance critic asks: Will social distancing bring us back to our bodies?
The episode, “Dance, Lies and Videotape,” appeared to be ripped from the headlines of New York City Ballet.
Jennifer Schantz, an executive at the New-York Historical Society, will lead the library, which is home to more than 8 million items relating to music, …
City Ballet says it will lose about $8 million with the disappearance of its spring season because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Our writers are usually busy covering performances. Coronavirus changed that. Here are their suggestions for what to watch, read or listen to while we’re housebound.
Our writer hadn’t thought much about fun or joy, or about the bawdiness that comes out of a funk beat. But Ms. Allen had.
We checked in with American Ballet Theater and New York City Ballet to see how the companies were keeping dancers fit, and together.
As museums shutter and theaters go dark, cultural institutions are calling for the government’s help. But they recognize they’re not the first priority during a …
The venerated choreographer invites you to try “Passing and Jostling While Being Confined to a Small Apartment.”
The choreographer is leaving the company, although a sexual misconduct inquiry found “no matters to pursue” against him.
“The Rosie O’Donnell Show” returns for a night with streaming and the Metropolitan Opera will have a week of Wagner starting on Monday. Here is …
Our writers are usually busy covering dance, theater and musical performances. Coronavirus changed that. Here are their suggestions for what to watch, read or listen …
Filmed in their own spaces, the dancers perform “I Been ‘Buked,” like an undulating prayer.
Artists, actors, dancers and authors search for a silver lining as openings are disrupted by the virus outbreak.
Manuel Liñán’s “Viva!” represents something new to mainstream flamenco audiences: a frank and joyful expression of gay identity.
With the country in lockdown, dancers do barre exercises in their bedrooms and take classes on WhatsApp.
The ex-employee is now charged with taking the money from the Kirov Academy, which was created by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the …
Some places have decided to remain open: movies and theater for smaller audiences, galleries by appointment, comedy clubs, jazz, zoos and the Statue of Liberty.
She introduced the world to the highly stylized dance when she left her village in 1952 to lead a troupe on an international tour.
She is best remembered for winning the gold medal at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, just an hour after her husband, Emil Zatopek, won the men’s …
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Metropolitan Opera are among other institutions that have suspended their programs. Here’s a list of closures and cancellations.
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Lincoln Center’s summer festival will also feature Jeanine Tesori’s opera “Blue,” about police violence.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the company brought an uninspiring program, “This Is My Body …,” to the Joyce Theater.
Performance Space New York is operating as an artist-led collective this year. So what are they up to?
We talk to Christine and the Queens about her latest movement adventure: “La Vita Nuova,” a film featuring choreography by Ryan Heffington.