Let Ailey lift you and experience why NBC's Today Show raved, "go see Ailey. It's change-your-life good."
George and Ira Gershwin's 1924 musical embodies the madcap spirit of the Roaring Twenties, and stars Tommy Tune, Colin Donnell, and Patti Murin.
A night of stand up comedy to honor the memory of a master comedian and true friend.
Performing for the first time in the United States, Havana Rakatan offers an intoxicating look at Cuban dance and music.
Twelve bodies mingle and meet in the Buenos Aires dance-hall setting of m¡longa—a revelatory new take on the sensual art of tango.
This is a hugely entertaining, colorful and vibrant show that captures all the emotion, drama and passion of flamenco.
With glorious songs by the writers of My Fair Lady—Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe—Paint Your Wagon follows wild, ruthless prospectors through Gold Rush-era California.
Dance Theatre of Harlem returns home to City Center with boldly dynamic programs that fit together to define the diversity of 21st century ballet.
A nouveau cirque stunner that explores human emotions so intense that they explode into highflying acrobatics.
This 1968 musical about a life-loving Greek jack of all trades features a thrilling, bouzouki-inflected score by John Kander and Fred Ebb.
Set in the decadent 1920s, Boris Eifman's new ballet delves into Sigmund Freud’s view of the unconscious mind.
After its sold-out 2014 run of Eugene Onegin, Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia returns to City Center with a new theatrical masterpiece.
Jonathan Groff stars in William Finn's zany, big-hearted musical about a medical tragedy.
Before Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and The Little Mermaid, there was a sinister little houseplant saying, “Feed me.”
Andrew Lippa’s tragic love story follows Jazz Age party girl Queenie (Sutton Foster) over the course of one decadent, booze-soaked night.
The world's most celebrated dancing partners reunite for the New York premiere of a triple bill featuring works by three acclaimed choreographers.
David Auburn, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Proof, returns to MTC with Lost Lake, an engrossing and revealing portrait of two strangers bound together by circumstance.
For those of you just tuning in, Thanksgiving is already in progress here at Wembly kitchen.
Ted Chapin hosts an evening devoted to Ira Gershwin's extraordinary life and work.
In this fierce, unflinching drama, a woman who is determined to escape her life in rural China tries to forge a new identity in the city.
Erica meets Vicki. Vicki marries Erica. Lives collide. Rewind. Pause. Fast forward.
This Studio 5 event will explore the evolving use of dance in Broadway musicals.
As part of her new role as New York City Center’s first Artistic Associate, Wendy Whelan will curate a dynamic exploration of dance.
Ted Chapin explores the various ethnic musical styles and instruments that have influenced Broadway's sound, from The King and I to Fiddler.
In this new Richard Greenberg play, patriarch Max has died, leaving behind two sons and a lover. All three reunite for an evening filled with secrets, passions, and ghosts of the past.
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