Nine volumes of juvenilia by Charlotte and Branwell Brontë are written under the names Lord Charles Wellesley and “the Genius C.B.”.
Does procrastination have genuinely radical political potential, or is it an enforcer of the status quo?
Dancers, critics and choreographers honor a Ballet Russe dancer and great custodian of ballet traditions.
1982 is the year that stands out on the Parsons Dance program, as the company celebrates its 30th anniversary at the Joyce Theater.
The highlight of the program is surely Mark Morris’s lush Pacific, performed in long, sheer skirts that look like orchid petals.
A new Cinderella set to Prokofiev’s score has been called “the most dramatically convincing Cinderella in ballet.”
This adaptation of two of Stravinsky’s ballets—Petrushka and Le Baiser de la Fée—emphasizes the disorderly, dream-like quality of both works.