Park Avenue Armory Announces an In-Person Spring Season

Live, in-person performances will return to Park Avenue Armory on March 24, the Armory announced on…

What Is a Ballet Body?

Quarantine, along with the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer, gave her a chance “to…

Think You Can’t Dance?

In the early days of the pandemic, a strutting, hip-shaking dance trend took over social media:…

Alexei Ratmansky: From Hibernation to Bubble Bernstein

When Ratmansky arrived, the seven dancers, including three of Ballet Theater’s newest principals, Brandt, Cassandra Trenary…

Lincoln Center Will Head Outside Its Closed Theaters to Perform

Lincoln Center is known for the grandeur of its theaters and concert halls: the stately, majestic…

Report: New York City’s Arts and Recreation Employment Down by 66 Percent

From 2009 to 2019, employment in the sector — which in this report includes performing arts,…

For Two Cloggers, 20 Years to Get in Step and Get Married

Stephanie Goodman was in her early teens when she declared, “I’m going to marry Mark Clifford…

Transcendent Spirits: Lift 40 Voices and Dance

Watching: New York Choral Society, ‘God Is Seen’ Like dance and the other performing arts, choral…

What’s a Dance Theater Without an Audience?

At the Henry Street Playhouse on the Lower East Side, the seats are empty but the…

Paris Opera to Act on Racist Stereotypes in Ballet

The announcements might seem straightforward, but the conversation around the Paris Opera and diversity has already…