“The Art of Laughter” returns to FIAF on Oct. 27 for one night only
The German choreographer and dancer discusses his work at Crossing the Line this year
A conversation with the choreographer and Guggenheim fellow about how “The Painted Bird Trilogy” took shape (fittingly, in a garden with screeching peacocks in the background).
The celebrated dancer-choreographer eats cupcakes with Aaron Mattocks in advance of his company’s premiere this week
Culturebot Contributor Jessica Williams shares some thoughts about “On The Beach,” the recently concluded series by emerging artists created in response to “Einstein on the Beach”
The Vancouver-based dance company Kidd Pivot Frankfurt RM makes its New York debut with a limited engagement at the Baryshnikov Arts Center
Pavel Zustiak’s “Amidst,” at Baryshnikov Arts Center this past weekend, isn’t guilty of obscure titling.
Susan Marshall & Company celebrated its 25th anniversary last weekend with a pair of works using both performance spaces at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. The company is at New Haven’s Festival of Arts and Ideas (curated by Cathy Edwards) with versions of both works opening
Ari Fliakos talks about how he became involved with the Wooster Group, playing Tennessee Williams’ alter-ego in “Vieux Carre,” and more
Stanford Makishi has announced that he will step down as executive director at The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC). Mr. Makishi will remain in his position until February 28.
Baryshnikov Arts Center announced its fall dance season today and it looks great! PIERRE RIGAL Press September 10-12, 2009 Thu and Fri at 8 PM, Sat at 2 PM & 8 PM Tickets: $20 Howard Gilman Performance Space French choreographer and performer Pierre Rigal returns
The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) presents the fourth BAC Flicks screening of the season featuring Shot Backstage (1998) on Monday, June 29 at 7PM in BAC’s Howard Gilman Performance Space. The film, by Trisha Brown, was shot by Ms. Brown from the wings of the