Joyce Theater

Harlem Stage: Digital Events

Harlem Stage has commissioned composers, choreographers and authors to create new work. Every Monday at 6PM ET, "dive deep" in conversation with these artists to learn more about their inspirations and creative processes. Also, as part of their "From the Archives" series every Thursday at 7PM, you can enjoy extended or full versions of some of Harlem Stage's most exciting past performances by the visionary artists of color who have graced our stage over the years.

Hudson Valley Dance Festival

Escape to the cultural heart of the Hudson Valley without leaving your living room when the Hudson Valley Dance Festival goes virtual for the first time on Saturday, October 10, 2020! The festival is produced by and benefits Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The funds raised will help Broadway Cares provide additional emergency grants to 13 organizations based in the Hudson Valley.

The virtual festival features a number of Joyce alums, including an original dance film by Stephen Petronio; an outdoor solo filmed at Kaatsbaan Summer Festival choreographed by Caleb Teicher featuring American Ballet Theatre's Catherine Hurlin; a tap performance by Ayodele Casel; and solo from So You Think You Can Dance’s Ricky Ubeda choreographed by Billy Griffin. Dance films by Adam Weinert and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre’s Jamar Roberts and a festival favorite work by New York City Ballet’s Peter Walker round out the lineup!

Stream the stage on October 10 at 7pm ET at dradance.org, and the performances will be available until October 13. See the full program on their website!

New York City Ballet: Digital Fall Season

New York City Ballet is presenting a Digital Fall Season launching on Monday, September 28, with four weeks of previously recorded excerpts and full ballet programs premiering every Tuesday at 8 PM EDT, and two family-friendly Saturday matinees at 2 PM EDT. Featuring essential Balanchine and Robbins repertory and recently-choreographed works, each free stream will be introduced by an NYCB dancer and available to watch for seven days. The season will conclude with a festival of five world premiere commissions, captured on the Lincoln Center Plaza and around New York City, launching in the last week of October.

Trisha Brown Dance Company

TBDC's online programming resumes with the premiere of Daniel Madoff’s film "Astral Converted: Trisha Brown Dance Company in rehearsal: January - March, 2020". Daniel joined us in the studio this past Winter to capture promotional footage of our dancers in rehearsal in preparation for our spring 2020 season at The Joyce Theater. The film toggles between Daniel’s footage and rehearsal footage shot between January and March, 2020. This virtual premiere provides a unique look into how the work was created, and the rigor that’s required to perform it.

Astral Converted: Trisha Brown Dance Company in rehearsal: January - March, 2020 will be available to stream beginning Monday, September 7th through Monday, September 14th.