The health and safety of our patrons and staff is of the utmost importance to us at The Joyce. Following Governor Cuomo's decision regarding large gatherings, and in consideration of our audience's best interests, we are cancelling our performance of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.
The Joyce is providing current ticket holders with the following options:
If we do not hear from you by the scheduled opening on April 28, we will automatically refund your tickets. If you would like to make a donation to the company you were scheduled to see, please request a refund and visit the company's website to make your contribution.
Our Box Office phone lines are very busy at this time. For the best service, please use this survey we created to select your choice from the options above. We appreciate your patience in processing these requests.
In these rare and difficult times, we truly appreciate your investment in New York City’s rich arts and culture organizations. As a valued member of our Joyce family, you can understand the financial impact of these changes on our dance community at large. We ask you to consider donating your ticket as support during this time.
As we are monitoring the situation, we will continue to seek guidance and best practices from the appropriate health authorities and communicate any updates to our patrons. Please visit our website for any immediate updates regarding performances.
Celebrating 50 years of dance, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre returns to The Joyce with a repertory program focused on the modalities of human relationships. Mark Morris’s joyous Maelstrom features a mosaic of bodies in motion, set to Beethoven’s “Ghost Trio.” Nacho Duato’s Duende creates a visual world for Debussy’s sculptural score where dancers possess radiating charm. The company premieres a new dance production by Pittsburgh choreographer Staycee Pearl, where music provides the backbone for connection. This event is part of Carnegie Hall’s Beethoven Celebration.
To Be Announced. Late seating will be at the discretion of house management and latecomers are not guaranteed they will be seated in their purchased seats.