From major Broadway transfers to a jazzy anniversary extravaganza (and much more in between), March’s performance calendar is chock-full of excitement. Here’s what we’re making time in our schedules to see.
It’s a new year, and while things are far from business as usual, we’re still marking our calendars with all the great dance we’re eager to see—even if that means queuing it up on our laptops rather than sitting down in theaters. Here are four shows that caught our interest this month. Animating Faye Driscoll […]
Raising twins is never easy. But doing it during a pandemic? That’s a challenge that requires a special kind of grace. This short film, created by New York City Ballet dancers Troy Schumacher and Ashley Laracey earlier this summer, captures a day in their lockdown life with babies Willa and Charlie. Despite the constant busy-ness […]
What defines a stage these days? While dance artists are figuring that out, Gabrielle Lamb’s richly detailed movement has found a perfect home on a 5×8-foot Persian rug. The New York City–based choreographer/dancer and self-taught filmmaker has been taking her rug out and about in her Carpet Series, performing captivating solos with her company, Pigeonwing […]
When people think of Tanaquil Le Clercq, one of George Balanchine’s early muses (and wives), they’re probably more likely to ruminate on the polio diagnosis that ended her performing career than her literary and culinary legacy. This is the perception that food scholar Meryl Rosofsky is looking to shift with a Works & Process at […]