Experience the very best the dance world has to offer at the 13th annual Fall for Dance Festival, where you’ll see world-renowned companies performing alongside daring new artists.
MasterVoices (formerly The Collegiate Chorale) will open its 75th anniversary season with the New York premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon and Royce Vavrek’s 27.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford will star in a concert version of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece.
The premiere of HOKIS, is a true collaborative effort spanning international borders.
City Center channels the spirit of Woetzel’s summer dance happening in the Rocky Mountains.
The renowned Russian ballerina breaks free of her classical roots in a triple bill of US premieres.
One of the world’s leading contemporary dance companies, under the guidance of choreographer Paul Lightfoot.
See the world’s most popular dance company in a powerful season that explores our common humanity.
A thoroughly original retelling of Mark Twain’s classic novel about friendship, freedom, and the untamed Mississippi, Big River was a musical underdog as scrappy and restless as Huckleberry Finn himself.
Spain’s finest dancers and musicians come to City Center for “one of the year’s biggest dance events” (The New York Times).
Bullets fly and bathtub gin flows in Cole Porter’s 1930 Prohibition jape The New Yorkers, a gleefully amoral celebration of speakeasies, gangsters, society dames, and the great city they love.
Contemporary dancer-choreographer Blanca Li and Bolshoi Ballet principal dancer Maria Alexandrova conjure mythological figures.
Experience the sheer power and diversity of 21st century ballet with Dance Theatre of Harlem’s 2017 City Center season.
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, reshaping the myths of The Iliad and The Odyssey into an all-American fable that conjures up the days when pie-baking contests were cutthroat and lovers eloped in hot air balloons.
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.
Tony Award-winning playwright and performer Sarah Jones (Bridge & Tunnel) returns in an exuberant new show inspired by the real-life experiences of people affected by the sex industry.
A modern twist on the all-American love story, Vietgone by Qui Nguyen (She Kills Monsters) is the classic story of boy meets girl—except this boy and girl are refugees from the Vietnam War, newly settled in a relocation camp inside Middle America.
Wendy Whelan and Damian Woetzel offer a behind-the-scenes preview of Woetzel’s Vail Dance Festival: ReMix NYC.
After an inordinately crazy year in politics, composer Michael Friedman’s songs capture our country’s hope, confusion, and fear.
Tyler Angle moderates a conversation with Nederlands Dans Theater Artistic Director Paul Lightfoot and the company’s Artistic Advisor, Sol León.
Tony Award winner Victoria Clark coaches emerging musical theater performers in City Center’s new master class series.
Tony Award winner Jeanine Tesori (Fun Home, Violet) coaches emerging composers in City Center’s new master class series.
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.
How does music inspire, propel, and inform a performance? What does it mean to be “musical”? Tyler Angle explores these questions at Studio 5.
Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher (South Pacific, The Light in the Piazza) coaches emerging directors in City Center’s new master class series.
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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