David Mamet’s “The Anarchist” on Broadway, Los Angeles Ballet’s “The Nutcracker,” a “Book of Mormon” coffee table book, David Yazbek in concert, and a discussion of George Gershwin are things we’re looking forward to this week.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet, in a two-week season at the Joyce Theater, presented a one-night celebration of its 18th anniversary. These dynamic dancers can do anything.
The New York Television Festival, LACMA’s 2012 Art + Film Gala, Brian Stokes Mitchell’s album of Broadway classics, the ballet documentary “First Position” on DVD, and Halloween are what we’re looking forward to this week.
The Joffrey Ballet School, Tom Todoroff Acting Conservatory, Institute of Bollywood Dance & Film, and USA Presenters are working together to keep DNA’s doors open.
Aleksandar Antonijevic talks about experimenting with "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" as well as how he’s sustained his career in ballet and started expanding into other artistic ventures.
Miranda July’s latest performance art, Dance New Amsterdam’s “DNA Day,” Barbara Cook at Carnegie Hall, a history of female comedians, and “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” are what we’re looking forward to this week.
American Ballet Theatre’s fall season celebrates70 years of Agnes de Mille’s “Rodeo” and offers outstanding renditions of works by Mark Morris, James Kudelka, and George Balanchine.
Skidmore, Mason Gross, Juilliard, Oberlin, and U.C. Berkeley offer worthwhile programs for aspiring dancers.
When it comes to flamenco dance, Soledad Barrio is the best in the business, and this performance by her company, Noche Flamenca, features world-class dancers, singers, and guitarists.
New York City Ballet opens its fall season with a Balanchine-Stravinsky program featuring the rarely seen “Orpheus,” a dynamic interpretation of “Apollo,” and a flawed performance of “Agon.”