New York City Center’s 11th annual Fall for Dance Festival will feature free performances in Central Park and 24 acclaimed dance companies and artists from around the world, in six unique programs in September and October 2014.
A rockin’ ride through the most inimitable, iconic entertainment capital of the world—a mecca for arts and culture. Dance with us around our town, the most diverse city alive!
Brian Stokes Mitchell stars in the classic showbiz tale of a washed-up Hollywood star who attempts to make a comeback by doing a Broadway show.
The Little Orchestra Society, in association with New York City Center, presents a new program based on stories about our planet inspired by ancient and timeless animal fables from around the globe.
Let Ailey lift you and experience why NBC's Today Show raved, "go see Ailey. It's change-your-life good."
This show will send you back in time to the Roaring Twenties, when speakeasies and the Charleston were all the rage, and George and Ira Gershwin’s first hit collaboration ushered in the golden age of American musical comedy.
Salsa, mambo, jazz, bolero, and rumba come alive in Havana Rakatan, which explores the roots of Cuban music and dance, a unique fusion of Spanish culture and African spiritual beliefs.
Deeply rooted in Argentinean culture, tango has long fascinated and captivated the world with its sensuality, power and beauty.
Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras’ brand-new show, Voces, Suite Flamenca, captures the emotion, drama and passion of traditional flamenco with a vibrant contemporary edge.
Set in a mining camp in Gold Rush-era California, Paint Your Wagon is the story of a grizzled prospector whose daughter finds gold—and love—changing their lives forever.
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 galvanic re-imagining of Nikos Kazantzakis’s tale of a larger-than-life Greek jack of all trades who “lives every day as if it will be his last.”
Boris Eifman's new ballet is based on the novel Tender Is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
A diverse co-production by Segerstrom Center for the Arts and Ardani Artists, comes to New York City Center after performances at the Segerstrom Hall, the Stanislavsky Musical Theatre in Moscow, and the London Coliseum.
Join Damian Woetzel in conversation with Wendy Whelan, who is retiring from New York City Ballet after a thirty-year career.
David Auburn, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Proof, returns to MTC with Lost Lake, a riveting and spirited world premiere play directed by Daniel Sullivan.
Determined to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy, Marty wages a campaign to save his neighborhood and his home, but when his sons arrive to help their parents dig out, past betrayals come rushing to the surface
Unwanted from the moment she was born, Sunny is determined to escape her life in rural China and forge a new identity in the city.
As part of her new role as New York City Center’s first Artistic Associate, Wendy Whelan will curate a dynamic exploration of dance.
Patriarch Max has died, leaving behind two sons, Brett and Alec, and a lover, Vivi. All three reunite for one evening in Vivi‘s New York apartment.
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