"Nut/Cracked" will be performed on December 20 and 21 at Bard's Fisher Center.
On two succeeding weekends in October Dia:Beacon will present Steve Paxton: Selected Works," a choreographic retrospective of the unique approaches to movement by the dancer/choreographer and inventor of Contact Improvisation.
The festival will feature one performance only, beginning at 5 pm at the Historic Catskill Point at 1 Main Street, and is produced by Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
A Smorgasbord of Dance
PS21 in Chatham will host a series of internationally acclaimed dance companies this summer.
Trisha Brown Dance Company opens Bard SummerScape Festival on June 27.
Unlikely pairings dance their way to SUNY New Paltz’s McKenna Theater on June 7.
Bard SummerScape opens on June 27 with the final tour of Trisha Brown Dance Company. The program, which celebrates Brown’s pioneering dance style, includes I’m going to toss my arms—if you catch them they’re yours, Set and Reset, and If you couldn’t see me.
The Oliva Contemporary Dance Project performs at Kaatsbaan on May 10.
Dancer Joanna Kotze brings her original choreography to Bard’s Fisher Center.
Ballet Hispanico and Flamenco Vivo dance into the Hudson Valley.
Start your year swinging this Saturday, January 4th with a lesson, performance and night of dancing for $10. Want more lessons? Four-week beginner classes start Monday January 6 in Kingston and Tuesday January 7 in Highland. No partner needed.
Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette perform at the Egg on December 28.
A Cause for Dancing
The Hudson Valley Dance Festival takes the stage in Catskill on October 12.
Pamper yourself with a night of gorgeous ballet, glamorous entertainment for you and your girlfriends.
UPAC hosts the 30th Annual Festival of Dance on March 23.
Linda Freeman lost her six-figure job and discovered a career in swing dance.