Broadway Reopened. For 36 Minutes. It’s a Start.

Three hundred and eighty-seven days after Broadway went dark, a faint light started to glimmer on…

Review: And Now Four Dances, Completely Different

MARSEILLE, France — The performance at the La Criée theater here, for a small number of…

Review: Dreamy Cowboys and a Ballet Bath

It takes only two oscillating notes to establish a world. The coyote howl that Ennio Morricone…

Vail Festival to Return This Summer With Live Performances

Calvin Royal III will be the artist in residence at this year’s Vail Dance Festival, the…

A Choreographer in Quarantine (the Kind With a Guard in the Hall)

The last time I was at Kennedy Airport was a year ago, almost to the day.…

A French Monument Remains Every Bit as Grand on Film

Mr. Ivernel listed three scenes in the movie that were shot at the Palais Garnier: the…

Review: Looking for Crickets, and Coming Up Crickets

Madeline Hollander is an artist interested in quotidian movement, habits of motion, adaptations to change. So…

Jimmy Gamonet de los Heros Dies at 63; Helped Ballet in Miami

The company’s debut program focused on works by George Balanchine — the City Ballet founder whose…

American Ballet Theater’s Leader to Step Down After 30 Years

A former principal dancer with the company, McKenzie is a direct link to the founders of…

A Choreographer Who Bridges the Worlds of Dance and Nursing

In the opening scene of the film “deadbird,” the choreographer Devynn Emory assembles a mannequin on…