“The irresistible dancers of Ailey are back” (The New Yorker) with a dazzling array of offerings.
The Annual Patrice O’Neal Comedy Benefit is a night of stand-up comedy to honor the memory of a master comedian and true friend.
This 1940 musical about the salvation of a charming ne’er-do-well features jazz hits such as “Taking a Chance on Love.”
This dark, sensual, and compulsively watchable 1999 ballet strips the Cinderella fairy tale of its sugar.
The renowned Seattle company returns to City Center with two programs of Balanchine masterpieces and contemporary works.
Spain’s finest dancers and singers come to City Center for a stirringly authentic celebration of flamenco.
Ring in the election year with this classic Tony Award-winning musical about how the founding fathers gave birth to a new nation.
See passion on pointe from the beloved dance company that captures the diversity of 21st century ballet.
Rediscover Martha Graham’s genius for capturing the human spirit at her company’s 90th anniversary season.
Kelli O’Hara, Victoria Clark, and more than 100 of New York’s finest choral singers perform Henry Purcell’s tempestuous Baroque opera.
This ravishing 1965 musical marked the only collaboration of Richard Rodgers and Stephen Sondheim.
Several vignettes full of love, humor, nostalgia, laughter, and authenticity based on the famous stories of Vasily Shukshin.
A hilarious and heartfelt new comedy featuring Marylouise Burke and Holland Taylor, written by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by David Hyde Pierce.
The rip-roaring tale of Sam Greevy, the hottest fashion designer in 1930’s New York… that is, until rival Paul Roms starts releasing strange but popular pieces.
A passionate, explosive portrait of a young man on the verge of salvation or destruction, written and directed by John Patrick Shanley (of Tony, Academy Award, and Pulitzer Prize fame).
Jean Wade is an enthusiastic young teacher new to the school; she soon finds herself at odds with her quarrelsome colleagues.
Join New York City Ballet alums Peter Boal and Wendy Whelan for an exploration of George Balanchine's immortal choreography.
Wendy Whelan moderates a conversation with three women whose experiences map the evolving history of race in ballet: Raven Wilkinson, Virginia Johnson, and Stella Abrera.
A pathologist steals the brain of Albert Einstein; a neuropsychologist embarks on her first romance with another woman; a seizure patient forgets everything but how much he loves his girlfriend.
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