In Café Müller and The Rite of Spring, currently playing as a double bill at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Tanztheater Wuppertal offers up catharsis followed by brutal physicality.
The dancer and choreographer’s breakout solo performance Bronx Gothic is the subject of a new documentary by Andrew Rossi at Film Forum.
The EXPLODE! queer dance festival runs June 22 to 24 and gathers a range of styles and sensibilities, from Irish step dancing to drag.
Happening April 7–9, Norte Maar and Brooklyn Ballet’s CounterPointe series pairs visual artists with choreographers who are making new work for pointe.
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Work/Travail/Arbeid is a kind of communal performance in which everyone is welcome.
Here is a new series of immersive theater experiences in New York that will link an evolving web of characters and storylines propelled by loss.
The Batsheva Dance Company’s Last Work features a dancer running on a treadmill for the entire length of the performance, while the ensemble physically enacts a series of non-narrative scenes.
Artist Paulina Olowska collaborated with choreographer Katy Pyle to create a suite of solo dances based a 1918 series of prints depicting Slavic deities.
For more than twenty years, the French choreographer has pioneered a kind of dance that highlights the biography and particularity of the performer.
A new dance work based on material by the choreographer John Bernd, who died of AIDS-related complications in 1988 at age 35, is the centerpiece of Danspace Project’s annual Platform series.
PARIS — Dance that pushes sensual and temporal boundaries and sculpture that pushes formal boundaries share a solid connection while simultaneously remaining, in many respects, in distinct opposition.
BEACON, NY — “All right, folks, Beacon will be next … Beacon next, Beeeeaa-con Beacon Beacon,” says a Metro-North conductor in my headphones.