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.
Students both young and old at Cynthia King’s dance studio in Brooklyn, N.Y., incorporate animal activism and other socially conscious causes into their intense training.
As part of the “Jump the Line” contest, dancers are encouraged to submit their best dance video for a chance to participate in open auditions at Radio City Music Hall in April.
Dancers will have a myriad of networking opportunities this spring at the 14th Annual Dance Media Festival presented by Dance Camera West (DCW).
The perky Parsons Dance troupe offers an evening of David Parsons’ accessible, solidly crafted, scrumptiously entertaining contemporary-dance pieces at the Joyce Theater.
Who would have thought that dancing the Hustle three decades ago would lead to a gig in 2009? But thanks to that experience and a Back Stage casting notice, Bob Leonard attended his first-ever audition and is now a member of the Timeless Torches, a dance team for the WNBA ...
The 92nd Street Y presents five weeks of “demystified” dance with the Harkness Dance Festival: STRIPPED/DRESSED, featuring The Bang Group, the Martha Graham Company, Sally Silvers, and Vicky Shick.
On Tuesday, Feb. 24, Backstage University is thrilled to be offering a first-of-its-kind event to answer your burning questions and help you master those dance calls!