The Bessie Awards were held on Oct. 20 and honored some of the best and brighest stars of New York City dance.
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.”
Artistic director Jacques Heim is experiencing a creative evolution as he readies the Diavolo Dance Company for a Sept. 12 performance at L.A.'s Greek Theatre.
The New York Jets are holding auditions for dancers for the Jets Flight Crew cheerleading squad for the 2012 football season.
Director-choreographer Warren Carlyle brings to life this year’s Spring Spectacular with a little help from playwright Joshua Harmon, star Laura Benanti, and 42 high-kicking Rockettes.
Austin McCormick, artistic director of the NYC-based dance troupe, talks about overcoming disaster, what to keep through your dance training, and Company XIV’s newest production “Rococo Rouge.”
“So You Think You Can Dance” executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe dispensed creative and business advice for dancers at SAG-AFTRA’s second annual Dancers Forum
The New York City Center has been honored with six awards for design excellence and historical preservation, City Center announced on Thursday.
Though the enthralling “Dido and Aeneas” features ingenious choreography by Mark Morris, the music, especially Stephanie Blythe’s singing, is the star in this Mostly Mozart entry.
Bursting with visual originality, passion, and mystery, Kidd Pivott’s “The Tempest Replica,” a choreographic retelling of Shakespeare’s play, at the Joyce Theater, is mesmerizing.