Former New York City Ballet dancers accused Mr. Martins of verbal and physical abuse, and an anonymous letter contained sexual harassment allegations against him.
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Prokofiev’s score works its potent cinematic charm, but Peter Martins’s 2007 ballet still seems like a series of unfinished sketches.
Peter Martins is not being erased from City Ballet, which he retired from amid accusations of harassment and abuse. But his “Romeo + Juliet” is being tweaked.
Patricia McBride, a New York City Ballet luminary, recently returned to the company to coach a Balanchine ballet she created in the 1970s.
The new artistic director of the Perelman Center will be Bill Rauch, the theater director who currently leads the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Indiana Woodward, a soloist at City Ballet, is making her debut as Juliet — a dream role.
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
The flamenco dancer Soledad Barrio partners with the guitarist Salva De María in a portion of Noche Flamenca’s “La Ronde.”
Ms. Koesun epitomized the company’s early eclectic profile as a lyrical Romantic ballerina who could also surprise with dramatic ferocity.
Along with a building renovation came a rebranding — and some upset. To what extent does a name matter?
In her new work, Dana Reitz’s engrossing choreography is wedded to poetic lighting with marvelous imagination.
The Romanian choreographer Alexandra Pirici’s “Co-natural” at the New Museum explores the relationship between inanimate bodies and real ones.
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David Binder, who also has experience producing festivals in New York and London, will succeed Joseph V. Melillo.
In honor of Arcell Cabuag’s 20th season as a member of Ronald K. Brown’s Evidence, Mr. Brown has choreographed a new duet for the pair that begins with this solo.
One program, for dance professionals, keeps tickets at $10; the other is pay-what-you-wish at select shows.
Ka’et, a troupe of religious men from Israel, blends modern dance and devotional gestures to convey the struggle between the sacred and profane.
A talk with Hadar Ahuvia, whose “Everything you have is yours?” explores folk dance in Israel and her own identity.
The choreographer of the N.F.L.’s “Dirty Dancing” ad talks about turning football players into hoofers.
The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative pairs distinguished cultural figures with emerging artists in their fields.
Both set in a dark forest, Alessandro Scarlatti’s “Erminia” and Francesco Geminiani’s “La Forêt enchantée” are rarities on any stage.