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New York, NY 10011
For our next Dance Talks on Monday, Dec 1, Maura Keefe offers some insight on choreographer Russell Maliphant. Read on for her comments and learn more at the Dance Talks. Mapping the history of Russell Maliphant tracks the recent history of British concert dance. From ballet to dance theatre, to capoeira and improvisation, to minimalism […]
After his critically acclaimed The Rodin Project, performed at The Joyce in 2012, Russell Maliphant returns to The Joyce with Still Current (Dec 10 through 14). The program includes newly created duets, trios and solos using Maliphant’s unique dance vocabulary that integrates contemporary, ballet and martial arts. In the shaping of this vocabulary, lighting has […]
It has been an incredible honor and adventure to be Artist-in-Residence at The Joyce. During my first year as The Joyce’s Artist-in-Residence, I created an ambitious evening-length work, Like Lazarus Did, with an inspiring group of collaborators, Son Lux, Janine Antoni, The Young People’s Chorus of New York City, and Ken Tabachnick. And since then, […]
Bring the entire family to our next Family Matinee Event featuring Parsons Dance on Saturday, January 13. The company known for its athleticism and stunning ensemble work performs a family-friendly matinee that will feature repertory for dance fans of all ages and a special opportunity to meet the dancers.
Following last year’s critical acclaim, Malpaso Dance Company returns to The Joyce this March with a program that includes the New York premiere of new work by Artistic Director Osnel Delgado.
Still Current features newly created duets, trios, and solos danced by Maliphant himself and his remarkable company including Thomasin Gülgeç, Dickson Mbi, and Carys Staton, all of whom recently stunned audiences in Maliphant’s The Rodin Project , seen at The Joyce in 2012.
The Spring/Summer ’15 season embraces an eclectic mix of companies, many of whom return to The Joyce after highly successful past engagements. Audiences will see some of their favorite New York-based troupes as well as an array of exciting international artists.
The Joyce selects world-renowned, award-winning choreographer Twyla Tharp as its Artist-in-Residence for 2014-2016
The internationally renowned company returns to The Joyce Theater with two dances based on ancient myths: the world premiere of The Black Rose and a reconceived production of Artemis.
The fall ’14/winter ’15 performance season launches September 9 with the New York premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s extravagant production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, danced by the magnificent dancers of the National Ballet of Canada at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. Ballet will also be highlighted throughout The Joyce’s season in its landmark Chelsea home. The season also features outstanding contemporary companies from New York City and abroad.