Performance artist Elliot Reed and guest collaborators take on Covid-19 restrictions as a formal challenge in a series of improvised works at MoMA PS1.
New York City Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet offer filmed productions of George Balanchine’s staging of Tchaikovsky’s Christmas classic.
Four new, specially commissioned ballets from American Ballet Theatre work for at-home pandemic viewing, but are unlikely to translate well to in-person performance.
New York City Ballet’s digital season ended with a week of short, elegantly performed premieres padded with forgettable interviews.
Choreographer David Gordon’s remotely constructed, 60-minute video work presents dances he first staged in the 1970s alongside stories of his background and the works’ creation.
Inspired by the score for ‘Vertigo,’ a short film from the San Francisco Ballet showcases dances shot in striking locations around the city.
Vail Dance Festival: The Digital Edition features a collection of performance segments, many recorded at the festival in years past, and conversations and interviews with dancers and choreographers.
This year’s Works & Process series, usually hosted at the Guggenheim, heads online with dance performances and more.
Two New York City Ballet programs that first aired as part of PBS’s ‘Live From Lincoln Center’ are going online, one of them abridged to remove a controversial character.
Mark Morris Dance Group’s lively ‘Dance On!’ debuts four digitally assembled works alongside commentary from the choreographer.
Ailey All Access offers streaming dance programs, including—beginning this Thursday—a recording of the company’s iconic creation.
The legendary dance company is opening up its archives through a series of online programs.
Alexei Ratmansky’s sprawling new work about a thwarted romance is filled with busy, hard-to-follow action.
Peter Martins’s staging of the classic is an exercise in too-muchness; Alexei Ratmansky’s premiere offers dancers and dancing in a fresh, oddball light.
Alexei Ratmansky puts a fresh spin on a fantastical work by reaching into its history.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s current season highlights contemporary works that struggle to live up to the choreography of the company’s founder.
At the Joyce, the Christmas favorite takes an engagingly unfamiliar form with a soundtrack by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn.
A collaboration between choreographer Pam Tanowitz and pianist Simone Dinnerstein at the Joyce adds a physical dimension to the demanding keyboard composition.
At the Joyce Theater in New York, Spain’s folkloric dance tradition is stripped down to its essence
Robert Greskovic takes in four dance pieces picked by the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s new artistic director for its Next Wave Festival