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Theatre doesn’t get any more sparkly than this. Irish company THISISPOPBABY, presents their celebration of queer and pop culture with RIOT, a blend of song, dance, circus, spoken word and cabaret at NYU Skirball. Created and directed by Jennifer Jenn …Read more


Battery Dance is now accepting applications for the 37th Annual Battery Dance Festival.


CUNY Dance Initiative and John Jay College, in collaboration with Dušan Týnek Dance Theatre, present the World Premiere …Read more


A portrait of the artist as a grieving mother comes to The Pershing Square Signature Center in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. The show, written by Ensemble for the Romantic Century (ERC) Artistic Director Eve Wolf and directed by Donald T. Sanders, is …Read more


Triskelion Arts presented The Moving Architects from November 30 to December 2, 2017. The evening consisted of four works — two live performance and two video — that cycled through sociopolitical and elementally informed movement explorations. The …Read more


Teresa Fellion has quickly become a main player in the world of New York City contemporary dance. It is the way she tells a story that has made her work stand out amongst the thousand voices in movement-based performance art. Fellion shapes worlds th …Read more


Ballet Hispánico presented its annual program at the Apollo Theater on December 1st and 2nd with three works embodying the strength of Latin culture. The evening began with a 1998 ballet by Ramon Oller, danced by the full company of 12 dancers. Bury …Read more


Give us creative ingenuity, meaning and commentary, and hell yes, wild fun; Marta Ziółek’s confident and charged performance Make Yourself, part of the fabulous Perforations Festival at La MaMa, is chock full of it all. The work, a collage pastiche …Read more


Dixon Place presented Under Exposed on November 7. Curated by Doug Post, it is marketed as a platform for emerging choreographers to showcase in-development and completed movement-based art. As always, Dixon Place has proven to be a safe haven for th …Read more


The movement artists at The Dance Gallery Festival 2017, hosted at Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center, certainly remind one that to dance is to live.  Imbedded in the psyche of the dancers and the extremely detailed choreography witnessed in each piece lies …Read more


Kate Mueth is to the New York City/Hamptons arts scene what Blondie was to rock and roll: a rebel heart pumping fearless blood through her art. Mueth and her company of like-minded trail-blazing dance-artists, Neo-Political Cowgirls, is also embolden …Read more


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