Moriah Evans: "I believe in dance"
Renowned choreographer Moriah Evans talks about her new intricately ensemble dance
Beautiful photos of Jack Ferver at Abrons
The dancer explores the life and art of Fred Herko in Night Light Bright Light
Xander Parish finds his groove
Xander Parish lands on his feet in St. Petersburg as the first British member of the Mariinsky Ballet
Keith Hennessy interview
In Bear/Skin, choreographer Keith Hennessy takes on paganism and The Rite of Spring
Rude World at Coil 2015
As part of Coil 2015, Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith premiere the third duet of their triptych
Critics’ picks: Dance
New York City Ballet Winter 2015
With the New Year comes new opportunities to delight in masterworks like George Balanchine's timeless Serenade and La Valse and his two-act comedic story ballet Harlequinade. The season also includes Jerome Robbins's The Goldberg Variations and The Cage.
43rd Dance on Camera
The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association bring back their annual festival. Opening night showcases Girlchild Diary, a behind-the-scenes look at Meredith Monk as she revisits her seminal work, Education of a Girlchild.
Robyn Orlin and Compagnie Jant-Bi
The South African choreographer sets a new work, At the same time we were pointing a finger at you, we realized we were pointing three at ourselves..., on the Senegalese all-male troupe Jant-Bi.
Daniel Léveillé Danse
As part of Travelogues, Abrons's new dance series curated by Laurie Uprichard, the Montreal-based company performs Solitudes Solo.
New York's best: Dance
The intimate space, once a cinema, is a fine setting for dance.
Danspace Project at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
This gorgeous, high-ceilinged sanctuary for downtown dance is at its most sublime when the music is live.
Best known as an avant-garde theater space, the Kitchen also offers experimental dance by inventive, often provocative artists.
Top dance stories
Mikhail Messerer on the Mikhailovsky Ballet
The Mikhailovsky Ballet makes its New York debut
Gisèle Vienne brings Kindertotenlieder to New York Live Arts
The French-Austrian choreographer brings the uncanny to life in her spooky Kindertotenlieder
Joseph Gorak talks about his journey to American Ballet Theatre
American Ballet Theatre's sparkling new soloist speaks out
Choreographer Dean Moss talks about his new work, johnbrown
Dean Moss explores radicalism in his latest dance, inspired by the legacy of a 19th-century white abolitionist
Dance in pictures
Miguel Gutierrez premieres a new work (slide show)
Miguel Gutierrez brightens up the American Realness festival with the second part of his series, subtitled Asian Beauty @ the Werq Meeting or the Choreographer & Her Muse or &:@&.
Jack Ferver at Abrons (slide show)
Jack Ferver explores the life and art of Fred Herko in Night Light Bright Light, performed by Reid Bartelme and himself.
Doug Elkins Choreography, Etc. [slide show]
The theatrical company shows off its comedic flair in the new work Hapless Bizarre, and blends Shakespeare, José Limón and motown in Elkins's Mo(or)town/Redux.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater [slide show]
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates its female dancers—including Linda Celeste Sims—as part of its December season at New York City Center.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo [slide show]
The glorious all-male company performs its comic renditions of classical ballets and more.
Gelsey Kirkland Ballet [slide show]
Gelsey Kirkland Ballet, which emphasizes dramatic interpretation, offers its opulent version of The Nutcracker.