The Biggest Dance Show in Town? At a Basketball Game.

I found an immersive performance — really, a spectacle — at a place I never would…

Review: Mark Morris Live(ish) Seems Almost Like Old Times

Not quite back to how things used to be; not the return of everything, but the…

Emergency Grants for New York City Artists With Disabilities

The tulips are blooming, Broadway is coming back and the slowing of the pandemic in America…

Review: Sofia Coppola Brings New York City Ballet Back to Life

Sofia Coppola doesn’t come from the dance world. Does it matter? Her films have always had…

River to River Festival Announces Lineup

The River to River Festival will once again bring live performances to Lower Manhattan, its organizers…

Review: Walking in Light on the High Line

First we saw them, bright loops of light, walking. Then as they approached, we heard: vocal…

Only Connect: Yearning for the Intimacy of a Danced, Onstage World

When the music begins, we start to dance. It’s early April, and for the first time…

Jacques d’Amboise, Charismatic Star of City Ballet, Is Dead at 86

Jacques d’Amboise, who shattered stereotypes about male dancers as he helped popularize ballet in America and…

Sofia Coppola’s Challenge: To Convey the Feeling of Live Dance

Though she likes ballet, Sofia Coppola doesn’t consider herself an aficionado. Still, when she received an…

Jacques d’Amboise, a Ballet Star Who Believed in Dance for All

When the dancer Jacques d’Amboise was in his early 20s, he was approached to write a…