Stephen Nachamie will direct and choreograph the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical.
The benefit will honor Robert Battle's decade of service as Artistic Director.
Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise will host.
The opera and ballet fans' guide to where they can view live broadcasts.
Find out when to see performances from Alvin Ailey, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and more.
On the eve of the revival of the Metropolitan Opera’s landmark production of Glass’ work, the opera star reflects on its career-defining power.
Simon Stone’s present-day staging moves the action to America’s Rust Belt and utilizes no cyclorama.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is set to perform Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals and other animal-inspired works.
Brett Dean's Hamlet will run May 13-June 9.
The northwest corner of West 64th Street and Columbus Avenue, in front of New York’s Lincoln Center, now displays the name Jacques d’Amboise Place.
Songs for a Summer Night will be presented at the new Waterline Square Park on the Upper West Side.
Joachim discusses her piece, Family, commissioned by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for the orchestra and IN UNISON Chorus.
Architects of Time premieres May 5 as the centerpiece of New York City Ballet's 2022 Stravinsky Festival.
New York City Ballet’s Art Series returns this spring with an installation by LeWitt.
Kalish talks with percussionist Ian David Rosenbaum in advance of the Chamber Music Society's presentation of Crumb's Ancient Voices of Children.
The music video is a tribute to dance and the return of live entertainment.
Adrienne Warren, Ingrid Michaelson, and Marilyn Maye will also be part of the upcoming season.
Doran has been with the RSC for 35 years and will conclude his tenure with Richard III.
Stone’s new staging of Lucia di Lammermoor opens at the Metropolitan Opera on April 23.
Tanowitz talks about her two pieces running at NYCB this spring.
Artistic Director Manuel Liñán on breaking new ground in a traditional form.
For Batiste, it's all about building on what came before.
The new works will be part of the company's 2022-2023 season.
Gelb discusses the responsibilities of arts institutions in the midst of global conflict.
The company kicks off its 47th season with performances at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College.
With Reflet d’un temps disparu, Chen masters the delicate balancing act of being true to his home country, his new home, and his own voice.
The Carmen-inspired production features stage design by Olivier and Tony winner Lez Brotherston.
The opera about family and race in America is one of five full productions headed for the D.C. company.
The North American premieres will be performed in repertory starring Lia Williams and Alex Lawther.
Broadway alum Zachary James and Anthony Roth Costanzo are among the principal artist winners.
The work is a collaboration between media artist and director Refik Anadol and The Philadelphia Orchestra.
The Ars Nova production has extended through May 15.
The new work, a portrait of the iconic and controversial Eva “Evita” Perón, is part of New York City Center's Dance Festival.
Check out photos of Ars Nova's in-the-round staging—directed by Lee Sunday Evans.
McKellen will share the role with dancer Luke Schaufuss, son of the production's director and choreographer Peter Schaufuss.
Ms. Kikuchi, who was the original Eliza in The King and I, directed the 1977 revival starring Yul Brynner and Constance Towers.
The free, in-person, and live-streamed event will star Cynthia Nixon, Anika Noni Rose, BD Wong, and more reading 35 new short stories.
Yours, Stephen Sondheim will also feature the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kevin Stites.
McVicar and music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin discuss the belated premiere.
The opera, which critics say approaches the murder of a Black teenager through the lens of a fictional white woman, is currently set to premiere later this month at John Jay College.
The City Center Dance Festival, showcasing four New York companies, begins March 24.
Offering solidarity for Ukrainian citizens under attack, all ticket sales and other proceeds support relief efforts in Ukraine.
The reimagined home for the New York Philharmonic will welcome audiences this fall.
Sopranos Aleksandra Kurzak, Elza van den Heever, Eleonora Buratto, and Ailyn Pérez debut their portrayals of some of opera’s most compelling heroines this month on the Metropolitan Opera stage.
The opera is produced in association with Opera Noire International and The Harlem Chamber Players.
The Lincoln Center Theater production from two-time Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage and Ricky Ian Gordon has been filmed for broadcast on PBS.
Gustavo Dudamel will lead the production, which is designed with both Deaf and hearing audiences in mind.
The New York City Center regular and New York City Ballet principal discusses creating the inaugural Artists at the Center program for New York City Center.