This holiday season, Ailey returns with an ambitious array of premieres and repertory favorites.
Neil Simon’s first musical features a comic actor’s dream: seven plum roles, from an innocent college boy to an octogenarian lecher to the dying king of a tiny Mittel-European country that doesn’t seem to exist.
Flamenco Festival 2014 brings together Spain’s finest dancers and singers in a celebration of truly authentic flamenco.
This season marks the 20th anniversary of Jean-Christophe Maillot as Artistic Director of LES BALLETS DE MONTE CARLO and the company’s long-awaited return to New York.
The Martha Graham Dance Company brings exciting premieres by international stars Nacho Duato and Andonis Foniadakis to New York, along with the new one-act production of Graham's Clytemnestra.
Frank Loesser’s most ambitious and romantic musical tells the heart-stopping story of an aging Napa Valley farmer, the young, lonely waitress who becomes his mail-order bride, and the restless, handsome ranch hand who turns her head.
The tale of a Parisian lady of the evening and the law student who falls in love with her.
Don’t miss this rare appearance by the legendary Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia, with a modern interpretation of Alexander Pushkin's most sincere and timeless work.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Blythe Danner will star in the world premiere of Amanda Peet’s play The Commons of Pensacola.
An unspeakable tragedy. A shattered family. An accusation of murder.
When two hard-core Civil War re-enactors show up for their annual Gettysburg beer and find a pretty stranger at their table, old allegiances come into question.
This world premiere production weaves together five richly diverse stories inspired by New York City Center's improbable history.
Set as an enormous political tide is turning throughout Europe, David Grimm’s witty and beautifully poetic new work explores the effects of war on women, the circumstances that control their lives and the dreams that set them free.
The Most Deserving is a tart, satirical comedy about what happens when the arts collide with sex, class, and politics.
Deeply moving and beautifully rendered, When We Were Young and Unafraid explores the passion of youth, the wisdom of age, and the people who awaken us to new possibilities.
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