Eclectic festivals and outdoor offerings, a Broadway transfer and a rare London tour—and, of course, more than a handful of brand-new works pulling from an intriguing array of source material. Here’s what we’re looking forward to as summer winds to an end.
WADEintoACTIVISM is back this year as a hybrid event, with in-person performances at New York City’s Arts on Site on November 25 (the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) and December 10 (Human Rights Day) bookending a slate of free virtual offerings.
The original Isadora Duncan dancers (“The Isadorables”) first performed at the Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers, New York, in 1923, and the tradition continued with a repeat performance in 1932. Almost a century after their debut, Duncan’s choreography returned to the gardens last week when Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company danced at the […]
One of New York City Ballet’s most adventurous ballerinas will be a special guest of Paul Taylor American Modern Dance for its annual season at the Koch Theater. Sara Mearns is performing solos created by early modern dance icon Isadora Duncan as staged by Lori Belilove. Also on the menu: Paul Taylor Dance Company members […]