The first applications for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program, offering $16 billion in federal aid, were approved.
In 1941 she studied at George Balanchine’s fledgling dance academy. She was not destined to be a ballerina, but she dedicated her life to Balanchine’s legacy.
Russell Janzen of City Ballet misses the physical and emotional closeness forged onstage, which are lost on video and in socially distanced dancing.
Her film for City Ballet’s virtual spring gala, featuring a new solo by Justin Peck, explores the nooks and crannies of the company’s theater.
The New York City Ballet legend, who went on to form National Dance Institute, lived to the fullest — and danced with that same spirit.
Coppola and Justin Peck talk about how they approached making a film for New York City Ballet’s digital spring gala.
A product of Washington Heights, he embodied an all-American style, combining the nonchalance of Fred Astaire with the nobility of a classic male dancer. Hollywood came calling, too.
Many dancers have taken advantage of a byproduct of the pandemic — time away from performing — to try out a new role: motherhood.
The celebrated choreographer created roles for her. The critics hailed her. Yet her death a year ago went unnoticed in the dance world.
For “When We Fell,” a filmed dance, the choreographer took cues from a snowy bubble residency — and from Prince’s “Under the Cherry Moon.”
An elite male principal. A veteran ballerina. A rising apprentice. Three dancers talk about life and work during the pandemic.
Lauren Lovette, the New York City Ballet principal, is retiring from the company but not from dance.
With performances on pause, many dancers are rethinking their relationship to weight.
Streaming highlights: the New York Chorale Society, Ronald K. Brown/Evidence and City Ballet’s ‘Prodigal Son.’
More than six inches fell on Sunday, and more nasty weather is expected this week, with additional snow and freezing temperatures.
Virtual cocktail parties have replaced black-tie galas as cultural institutions struggle to pay their operating costs.
This six-part documentary on Disney+ takes viewers inside the School of American Ballet. You’ll get your “Nutcracker” fix, too.
Troy Schumacher’s immersive “The Nutcracker at Wethersfield” provides a dreamlike experience.
Using Lincoln Center as a set, the company’s digital New Works Festival features site-specific films by Justin Peck, Jamar Roberts, Pam Tanowitz and others.
After dancing for George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, she became a longtime teacher at the New York City Ballet.
The former New York City Ballet dancer who sent intimate photos of his girlfriend to others presents himself as a victim in a new court filing.
It’s a scary time for body-based art. What will survive after the pandemic? As dance artists fight the old ways, a new empowerment is in the air.
Six short works, including three premieres, were unveiled on a rooftop to benefit the new organization Dancers of N.Y.C.B.
This week, meet the singer Tashera Robertson, hit a photo show and try your hand at making snow fluff.
Our critic reveled in the fact that the only thing separating him from BalletCollective performers was the late-summer air.
This former City Ballet dancer becomes the first Black female member of the School of American Ballet’s permanent faculty. Yes, it’s a big deal.
Dance, perhaps more than other disciplines, faces an uphill battle with the challenges presented by Covid-19. Our critic votes for patience.
The school is swapping its Workshop Performances for a stream of past treasures. It’s a chance to rewatch (and rewind).
Silas Farley, of New York City Ballet, takes his next steps. His goal? “To become a leader in a really substantive way in the art form.”
American Ballet Theater and New York City Ballet offer virtual seasons. The reigning screen gem: Balanchine’s “Diamonds.” It’s like you were there.
Online highlights: Time-capsule treasures from “Live at Lincoln Center” and new works by Stephen Petronio and Mark Morris.
Uncertainty about the coronavirus and the challenge of protecting audiences and artists is prompting many prominent presenters to wait till next year.
Our writers offer suggestions for what to watch or listen to while we’re housebound.
Joel Prouty is in high demand during the pandemic, a time when dancers, especially, need to get their sweat on.
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for today, and when to tune in.
The company will stream video of performances and offer movement classes for adults and children.
The New York City Ballet principal Megan Fairchild has found shelter back at her childhood home in Utah. She tells us about her new normal.