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New York City Center has announced its 2021-2022 season: https://www.nycitycenter.org/About/2021-2022-season/

A few interesting ballet offerings:

TWYLA NOW
Nov 17 – 21, 2021

Pioneering choreographer Twyla Tharp turns 80 and she’s celebrating on our stage. Stars including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s James Gilmer and Jacquelin Harris; American Ballet Theatre’s Aran Bell and Catherine Hurlin; Tony-nominated actor and dancer Robert Fairchild; and New York City Ballet’s Sara MearnsRoman Mejia, and Tiler Peck perform signature works and two world premieres including a group piece featuring the principal dancers and an ensemble of young performers for this once-in-a-lifetime event.

 

ARTISTS AT THE CENTER | TILER PECK
Mar 3 – 6, 2022

Artists at the Center is our new dance series that gives City Center’s extraordinary family of artists opportunities to conceive and curate their own programs for our stage. Tiler Peck, New York City Ballet principal dancer, will launch this annual event with a program of her design, performing alongside a variety of dancers and musicians. A City Center-commissioned world premiere set to music composed by jazz legend and recent Academy Award-winner Jon Batiste is presented alongside works by William ForsytheAlonzo King, Jennifer Weber, and Peck herself.

 

ST. PETERSBURG EIFMAN BALLET
Jun 10 – 12, 2022

Award-winning choreographer Boris Eifman explores the life and artistic universe of the famous comedy dramatist Molière in his latest production, Molière Passion, or The Mask of Don Juan. Like the 2001 production of Don Juan & Molière, the new ballet draws its dramatic energy from the contradictory unity of theater and reality, and the paradoxical relationship between the author and his characters.

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On 7/13/2021 at 3:06 PM, California said:

New York City Center has announced its 2021-2022 season: https://www.nycitycenter.org/About/2021-2022-season/

A few interesting ballet offerings:

TWYLA NOW
Nov 17 – 21, 2021

Pioneering choreographer Twyla Tharp turns 80 and she’s celebrating on our stage. Stars including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s James Gilmer and Jacquelin Harris; American Ballet Theatre’s Aran Bell and Catherine Hurlin; Tony-nominated actor and dancer Robert Fairchild; and New York City Ballet’s Sara MearnsRoman Mejia, and Tiler Peck perform signature works and two world premieres including a group piece featuring the principal dancers and an ensemble of young performers for this once-in-a-lifetime event.

 

ARTISTS AT THE CENTER | TILER PECK
Mar 3 – 6, 2022

Artists at the Center is our new dance series that gives City Center’s extraordinary family of artists opportunities to conceive and curate their own programs for our stage. Tiler Peck, New York City Ballet principal dancer, will launch this annual event with a program of her design, performing alongside a variety of dancers and musicians. A City Center-commissioned world premiere set to music composed by jazz legend and recent Academy Award-winner Jon Batiste is presented alongside works by William ForsytheAlonzo King, Jennifer Weber, and Peck herself.

 

ST. PETERSBURG EIFMAN BALLET
Jun 10 – 12, 2022

Award-winning choreographer Boris Eifman explores the life and artistic universe of the famous comedy dramatist Molière in his latest production, Molière Passion, or The Mask of Don Juan. Like the 2001 production of Don Juan & Molière, the new ballet draws its dramatic energy from the contradictory unity of theater and reality, and the paradoxical relationship between the author and his characters.

I definitely want to see Twyla Now. Thank you, California, for posting this information. 

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The program for Fall for Dance Festival at City Center has been announced: https://www.nycitycenter.org/pdps/FallforDance/

Tickets go on sale September 19. Proof of vaccination required for everybody,

"Masks may be required in accordance with local government guidelines."

Program 1 | Wed Oct 13 & Thu Oct 14 8pm

STREB EXTREME ACTION
MolinetteAdd, and Air
Choreography by Elizabeth Streb

A.I.M by Kyle Abraham
From A Heart Still Beating | NY Premiere
Choreography by Kyle Abraham in collaboration with A.I.M

The Verdon Fosse Legacy
Sweet Gwen Suite | New York City Center Commission
Choreography by Bob Fosse & Gwen Verdon
Additional choreography by Linda Haberman

Program 2 | Fri Oct 15 & Sat Oct 16 8pm

Stephen Petronio Company
American Landscapes
Choreography by Stephen Petronio

Houston Ballet
Sons de L’âme excerpts | NY Premiere
Choreography by Stanton Welch AM

Ephrat Asherie Dance
ODEON:Redux
Choreography by Ephrat Asherie

Program 3 | Tue Oct 19 & Wed Oct 20 8pm

Philadelphia Ballet
Connection | NY Premiere
Choreography by Juliano Nunes

Micaela Taylor’s The TL Collective
Drift | NY Premiere
Choreography by Micaela Taylor

STEP AFRIKA!
The Movement | NY Premiere
Choreography by Conrad Kelly II

Program 4 | Thu Oct 21 & Fri Oct 22 8pm

Lar Lubovitch Dance Company with Guest Artists Adrian Danchig-Waring & Joseph Gordon
To Each in His Own Time, New York City Center Commission | World Premiere
Choreography by Lar Lubovitch

Lil Buck
38109, Co-presented with Damian Woetzel’s Vail Dance Festival | NY Premiere
Choreography by Lil Buck

BalletX
Mapping Out A Sky | NY Premiere
Choreography by Matthew Neenan

Program 5 | Sat Oct 23 8pm & Sun Oct 24 3pm

Roman Mejia
Fandango, Co-presented with Damian Woetzel’s Vail Dance Festival
Choreography by Alexei Ratmansky

Tiler Peck & Herman Cornejo
Bloom, Co-commission with Damian Woetzel’s Vail Dance Festival | NY Premiere
Choreography by Justin Peck

Ayodele Casel
New York City Center Commission| World Premiere
Choreography by Ayodele Casel

 

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