Falls Kennedy is underwhelmed by the first two works in Ballet Hispanico's new program at the Joyce; but in the third piece, the company may redeem itself.
Two years after returning from hiatus, Dance Theatre of Harlem is working to move back to the forefront in New York's ballet scene.
The New York City Ballet offers a classic, populist retelling of “Coppélia,” in which the principal dancers shine.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet presents a fine-tuned balance between abstraction and accessibility in its New York City debut.
Columbia’s newest ballet group is performing excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “The Sleeping Beauty” for its first show ever.
Columbia Ballet Collaborative performed at Manhattan Movement & Arts Center this past weekend to a sold-out crowd.
Columbia should give priority to students' performing arts initiatives.
While most of us will vouch for the power of a good Swan Lake and its ability to captivate even the most jaded New York City audience, it is always exciting to discover new arrangements of the classic ballet vocabulary.
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