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Photos: Christine Baranski, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and More Attend Museum of the City of New York's Centennial Gala

On Wednesday, May 24, the Museum of the City of New York held its  CENTENNIAL GALA -- an evening of dinner, dancing, and the unveiling of its new exhibition, This Is New York: 100 Years of the City in Art and Pop Culture. 

Dance Parade Will Hold its 17th Annual Parade and Festival in May

New York's beloved and joyous Dance Parade returns to the streets Saturday May 20, 2023 celebrating its 17th year with 10,000 dancers featuring over 100 unique styles of dance, live bands, and DJs. Headlining a ribbon cutting ceremony will be Grand Marshals: Ronald K. Brown, DJ Natasha Diggs and Elizbeth Streb to kick off the event.

Photos: Siti Company Honors Anne Bogart At 30th Anniversary Benefit & WAR OF THE WORLDS Opening

NIn 1992, an ensemble of pioneering artists, with visionary director Anne Bogart at the helm, formed the SITI Company. See photos from inside the event!

La MaMa to Present World Premiere of Neil Greenberg's BETSY in November

La MaMa will present the world premiere of Betsy by award-winning choreographer Neil Greenberg. A proper noun, a subject that does and performs, Betsy is a new dance exploring the phenomenon of performance itself. Performances will take place November 12–14.

LITTLE AMAL WALKS NYC Announces Full 55-Event Schedule

St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Walk Productions with Handspring Puppet Company have announced the full schedule for Little Amal Walks NYC, a staggering 55 unique events welcoming Amal to America.

IMMENSE JOY by Anna Kohler to be Presented at The Tank in September

The Tank will present Immense Joy, a new work devised and directed by downtown luminary Anna Kohler in collaboration with performers Natalia de Campos, Justin Gordon, John Hagan, Fabio Tavares, and associate director Caleb Hammond. The performances run from September 8 through 18, 2022.

2022 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival Announces Full Lineup Of Performing and Visual Art Attractions

The 63rd annual Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, brings one of the most diverse lineups of performing and visual arts attractions in its history to a new-look location in the heart of Pittsburgh's Cultural District. See the full line-up and get tickets now!

Pittsburgh Dance Council Announces 2022-2023

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the Pittsburgh Dance Council 2022-2023 season, celebrating 52 years of contemporary dance presentations, will showcase a diverse roster of national and international returning artists, premieres, and unique dance-inspired spectacles taking place in public spaces.

Jacob's Pillow to Present Stream of STREB Extreme Action Company Performance

A special edition of the STREB Extreme Action Company’s 2021 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival performance, featuring a unique retrospective of Elizabeth Streb’s work from the 70s and 80s alongside bonus behind-the-scenes content and archival footage, will be available as part of a Holiday Stream offered through the Pillow this holiday season.

Psycho Clan Presents THE DARK HOUSE

Psycho Clan, the creative team behind many well-known NYC immersive productions, will present THE DARK HOUSE, a horror experience just in time for the Halloween season.  

Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival Announces Week 8 Programming

For the first time in over 20 years, STREB Extreme Action Company returns to Jacob's Pillow from Aug. 18-22, bringing bravery and sheer athleticism to the Henry J. Leir Stage.

Jacob's Pillow Announces Artist Line-Up for 2021 Summer Festival

Jacob’s Pillow has announced the full artist line-up for its 2021 summer Festival—the first to feature both onsite and online programming. Onsite events run June 30-August 29, with online streaming through September 23.

Partners With The Lapis Press To Create 26 Choreographers' Scores

UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA), a leading West Coast presenter and creative producer dedicated to the advancement of the contemporary performing arts in all disciplines, believes the power of collaboration can nurture the arts ecosystem through the pandemic.

The Joyce Announces Final Round of Free Streaming Performances of 2020

The Joyce Theater Foundation will end 2020 with a roster of virtual performances by audience favorites and introductions to thrilling companies not before seen on its stage, launching at 5pm on Monday, December 7 on its streaming platform JoyceStream.

RuckUS Announces Two Creative Days Of NYC Voter Activation

RuckUS is an artist-led activist group that aims to create a joyful critical mass for getting out the vote with events staged all across New York City on October 17 and 24. 

PEAK Performances and WNET's ALL ARTS Launch PEAK HD With FALLING & LOVING

PEAK Performances and WNET's ALL ARTS today announce the initial lineup for PEAK HD, a partnership formed last year to broadcast performances produced at PEAK Performances' state-of-the-art home, The Alexander Kasser Theater at Montclair State University, to audiences across the country.

PEAK Performances and WNET's ALL ARTS Announce Initial Lineup for PEAK HD

PEAK Performances and WNET's ALL ARTS today announced the initial lineup for PEAK HD, a partnership formed last year to broadcast performances produced at PEAK Performances' state-of-the-art home, The Alexander Kasser Theater at Montclair State University, to audiences across the country.

Ken Fischer Authors Memoir on Community Impact of Performing Arts

In Everybody In, Nobody Out: Inspiring Community at Michigan's University Musical Society, author Ken Fischer, with Robin Lea Pyle, reflects on his three-decade tenure leading UMS, and some of the most memorable events that together contributed to the organization being awarded the National Medal of Arts.

SEX TAPE + NUPTIAL BLITZ At The Flea Theater Begins January 8

Choreographer Gabrielle Revlock presents two works, SEX TAPE and Nuptial Blitz, January 8-12, 2020 (7pm Wed-Sat, 3pm Sun) at The Flea, a staple of New York City's downtown performing arts scene located at 20 Thomas Street in Tribeca. Tickets cost $20 and are available by phone at 212-226-0051 or online at TheFlea.org. A restorative contact class ($12 drop in) will be offered Sunday, January 12, 11:30am-1pm: 

Peak Performances Presents The Premiere Of Gandini Juggling And Alexander Whitley's SPRING, December 12-15

Peak Performances presents the U.S. premiere of Gandini Juggling and choreographer Alexander Whitley's Spring, a mesmerizing collaboration setting the company's avant-garde approach to juggling in juxtaposition with contemporary dance. Following the success of last year's Smashed, Gandini Juggling joins forces with Whitley for a kaleidoscopic dreamscape of a performance. The production features six virtuosic jugglers: Kati Ylä-Hokkala, Tristan Curty, Dominik Harant, Kim Huynh, Liza van Brakel, and Wes Peden and four contemporary dancers: Sakeema Peng Crook, Tia Hockey, Erin O'Toole, and Yu-Hsien Wu, and an immersive score by London-based composer and producer Gabriel Prokofiev. The Guardian called Spring a?oejoyfully hypnotica??filled with intricate skill.a?? Visually arresting, colorfula?"with lighting design by Guy Hoare and costume design by Claire Ashleya?"and bursting with rhythm and pattern, Spring is a refreshing and entertaining production at the vanguard of contemporary circus. Performances take place December 12-15 at the Alexander Kasser Theater at Montclair State University.

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