The Alignment of Paul Taylor’s Celestial Bodies
Appreciating a modern dance icon as his company moves into a new era.
January 29, 2020
Watching and Being Watched: Hamlet in Semi-Public Space
A scrappy, intimate staging of Hamlet at the Seaport Museum next to the Delaware River
January 19, 2020
“No Shush Zone”: An Inclusive, Sensory-friendly Nutcracker
A relaxed, adaptive performance atmosphere for the holiday classic raises important questions about arts accessibility.
January 9, 2020
BalletX Reflects on Loneliness, Hope, and the Holidays
A Nutcracker-alternative, holiday-inspired dance, perfect for anyone who has ever felt isolated by holiday cheer.
December 12, 2019
Mark Morris’ Life in Dance Lived "Out Loud"
"Because I'm me…": Morris is very much himself in his new wide-ranging memoir.
December 9, 2019
A Ballet Sampler Platter
Stars of American Ballet presented a chef’s tasting menu of ballet, with New York City Ballet’s Daniel Ulbricht behind the stove.
October 25, 2019