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BalletBoyz performing “Fiction” by Javier de Frutos. Photograph by Tristram Kenton

The Life and Death Brigade

What is life if not one long memento mori? This is the question Trevor Nunn and William Trevitt—co-founders of the all-male troupe BalletBoyz—have posed with their latest bill, “Life,” which reflects on mortality with two diverse, thoughtful works.
Nathalia Arja and Miami City Ballet dancers in Symphonic Dances at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater. Choreography by Alexei Ratmansky. Photo © Sasha Iziliaev

Miami Magic

This young, vibrant and enormously talented company demonstrated impressive technique and effortless style, as well as exceptional vitality, uninhibited attitude and hunger for dance, taking the New York City audiences by storm and capturing their hearts and imagination.
Sophie Martin and Christopher Harrison in Scottish Ballet's Swan Lake by David Dawson. Photo by Andy Ross

Ruffling Feathers

Twenty years after their last production of “Swan Lake,” Scottish Ballet return with this tough but tender spin on the iconic ballet, created by internationally acclaimed Amsterdam-based choreographer David Dawson.

Editor's Pick

New York

Nathalia Arja and Miami City Ballet dancers in Symphonic Dances at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater. Choreography by Alexei Ratmansky. Photo © Sasha Iziliaev

Miami Magic

This young, vibrant and enormously talented company demonstrated impressive technique and effortless style, as well as exceptional vitality, uninhibited attitude and hunger for dance, taking the New York City audiences by storm and capturing their hearts and imagination.

Los Angeles

Isabelle Schad in Der Bau. Photograph by Laurent Goldring

Into the Burrow

It is often said that one of a dancer’s unsung partners is the floor. In Isabelle Schad’s and Laurent Goldring’s 45-minute opus, “Der Bau,” one might consider Schad’s partner to be large swaths of fabric that she manipulates during the course of a physically intense, metaphorical-driven work.

London

BalletBoyz performing “Fiction” by Javier de Frutos. Photograph by Tristram Kenton

The Life and Death Brigade

What is life if not one long memento mori? This is the question Trevor Nunn and William Trevitt—co-founders of the all-male troupe BalletBoyz—have posed with their latest bill, “Life,” which reflects on mortality with two diverse, thoughtful works.

Toronto

Melbourne

Scotland

Sophie Martin and Christopher Harrison in Scottish Ballet's Swan Lake by David Dawson. Photo by Andy Ross

Ruffling Feathers

Twenty years after their last production of “Swan Lake,” Scottish Ballet return with this tough but tender spin on the iconic ballet, created by internationally acclaimed Amsterdam-based choreographer David Dawson.