South Korea's SunHee Kim creates a new ballet from Hans Christian Andersen's cautionary fish-out-of-water tale, The Little Mermaid
Lincoln Center's luminous multidisciplinary fall festival celebrates the spiritual power of dance, music and theater.
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MoMA goes to church in a major exhibition about the postmodern pathbreakers
Austin McCormick and his fancy-naughty troupe grind through The Story of Ferdinand
The Colombian dance company combines Afro-Colombian and contemporary choreography with live singing and drumming.
The venerable company returns to the Met with world premieres of dances by Michelle Dorrance and Jessica Lang.
The unique Fleming creates spiritual, meditative, butoh-inflected solo works that reflect her training in Japan.
Vangeline curates this showcase for the avant-garde minimalist art form, with performances that highlight the work of female dancers.
Curran and his company celebrate their 20th anniversary with two pieces from their early years and one New York premiere.
Italian director-choreographer Veggetti re-creates Jerome Robbins's rarely seen 1972 dance-theater work, set on a lonely stretch of beach.
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