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by Mabel Garcia Reyes I still remember the first time that I saw Mal Paso rehearsing. For me, as a Cuban girl involved in the cultural field, it was the beginning of an experimental, energetic, and extraordinary journey. I witnessed all the effort, dedication, and patience that were put in this amazing dream. The Ludwig […]
For our next Dance Talks on Monday, May 5, Elizabeth Zimmer offers some insight on choreographer Pierre Rigal and his Joyce debut with Micro. Read on for her comments and learn more at the Dance Talks. It’s a matter of some exasperation in the dance world that men can start training later than women and […]
Later this month, at the David H. Koch Theater, The Joyce will present the New York premiere of Ballet Preljocaj’s widely praised production of Snow White, with choreography by Angelin Preljocaj and featuring costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier. Below, in excerpts of an interview originally published in Playbill, the iconic fashion designer talks about creating costumes for […]
For its annual four-week season, Pilobolus—internationally renowned for its ingeniously intricate and athletically creative collaborations—will present two different programs, each featuring a New York premiere.
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.
The Joyce Theater Foundation and The National Ballet of Canada are proud to present the New York premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s acclaimed production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at the David H. Koch Theater this fall. Tickets go on sale Monday, April 28 at 10am.
Encompassing arts administration training, internship opportunities, dance production, public performances, and audience engagement, the project will be undertaken in partnership with the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba and the New York City-based choreographer Ronald K. Brown.