Taylor is the last living modern-dance legend of the 20th century, and he's still going strong. For his troupe's three-week New York season, the company's transcendent dancers perform two new works, as well as repertory classics, including rare sightings of Fibers, Private Domain and Dust, and favorites such as Esplanade, Cloven Kingdom and Arden Court. The Mar 13 gala showcases New York City Ballet principals Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild in an excerpt from Airs. On Mar 23, in celebration of the company's 60th-anniversary season, 47 former Taylor dancers—Carolyn Adams, Ruth Andrien and Bettie de Jong are among the mix—revive 1965's From Sea to Shining Sea; tickets are half price.
Paul Taylor Dance Company