David H. Koch Theater

Politics
Financial capital is people, my friend.
Culture & Arts
Soprano Deborah Voigt Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Metropolitan Opera Debut By Sheila Kogan, ZEALnyc Contributing Writer
Culture & Arts
For many, The Nutcracker is a holiday tradition, ushering in the season with growing trees, toy-sized battles, and sugarplum fairies tottering from one pointe shoe to the other.
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It is this simplicity that feels too safe in Kim Brandstrup's premiere for New York City Ballet. Jeux reminds you of Kurt Vonnegut's iconic line: "Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt."
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The New York City Ballet has returned with all its relevance, strong and modern. The dancers are not "stingy." They are not "holding back." They exist in the "now," "right now." Balanchine would be proud.
New York
There's no shortage of supplies, services or opportunities for every one of the city's delightful dancers and extraordinary dance companies.
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Of course, The Ashley Bouder Project was the most popular show of the run, and people begged for seats regardless of price. Somehow, "bravos" echoed despite a banal bill filled with the kind of choreography that is pushing ballet into its grave.
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For a 22-year-old, Walker is refreshingly cognizant of one of dance's most perturbing problems: the need for a choreographer to somehow establish himself as novel when so much has already been produced for the stage.
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One of the great pleasures of going to see ballet in a dance capital like New York is that she is likely to be seated next to a true veteran who starts conversations with "I saw José Limón dance the Moor."
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Of the three new works, only The Uncommitted haunts. Set to some of Arvo Pärt's most familiar pieces -- Taylor probably knows
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While there are many hurdles to cross before digital media can become a fluid and revenue-generating component of the company's operations, there is much more NYBC could and should be doing in this space.
New York
We're on offense again, this time putting the spotlight on David Koch and denying him a chance to spend his millions on credibility and social status.