Bullets fly and bathtub gin flows in Cole Porter’s 1930 Prohibition musical The New Yorkers, a gleefully amoral celebration of speakeasies, gangsters, society dames, and the great city they love.
Blanca Li and Maria Alexandrova star in a cross-cultural celebration of femininity in all of its complexities.
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Experience the sheer power and diversity of 21st century ballet with Dance Theatre of Harlem’s 2017 City Center season.
See living legend Diana Ross perform songs spanning her entire career in an historic five-night engagement at City Center.
Helen of Troy as a bored housewife? Ulysses as a dashing hero of the Spanish-American War? The whimsical and toweringly ambitious 1954 musical The Golden Apple does all that and more.
Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg returns to City Center with two full-length ballets that typify Boris Eifman’s singular gift for creating powerful, provocative dance works.
After a sold-out run in London's West End, Russia’s legendary Vakhtangov State Academic Theater makes a triumphant return to New York City Center with its award-winning production of Anton Chekhov's UNCLE VANYA.
A carnival ride through the history of political violence, Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s musical looks right into the heart of American anger.
Kirsten Childs’ autobiographical musical tells the delightful and wickedly satirical story of a young African-American dancer.
The genius of Where the Wild Things Are meets the genius of Tapestry in this sweet, sad, wonderful musical from Maurice Sendak and Carole King.
RING TWICE FOR MIRANDA is a dark comedy set in a dystopian society where only the clever survive. The play, written by Alan Hruska and directed by Rick Lombardo, is now at New York City Center Stage 2, running through April 16.
Linda Wilde has it all. She’s an award-winning senior executive, as well as a busy wife and mother. But when she pitches a revolutionary concept that could change the way the world looks at women of a certain age, she finds herself fighting for her own relevance as every part of her carefully considered life starts to show cracks.
The Ailey School presents solos performed by the 2017 class of the Ailey/Fordham BFA in Dance Program.
Cost of Living is the story of four very different people, in four very different circumstances, each trying to get by.
Wendy Whelan shines a light on the work of a répétiteur–one who stages work choreographed by others.
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