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'Giselle' at the Paris Opera Ballet

After Benjamin Millepied’s first season, dominated by abstract American choreography interspersed by contemporary creators including Jérome Bel, Boris Charmatz, Maguy Marin and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, the Paris Opera Ballet returned to its roots with 'Giselle', the world’s oldest classical ballet.
9 Aug 2016

Cloud Gate Dance Theatre

Taiwan’s first contemporary dance troupe presents a fusion of traditional Chinese culture, modern dance and tai-chi.
2 Aug 2016

Pina, and Pina: The return of Tanztheater Wuppertal

One has walked into a nightmare world, a world of twisted brutality where women are tortured, beaten and humiliated.
1 Jul 2016

An Evening of Ratmansky/Balanchine/Robbins/Peck

The Paris Opera Ballet offers yet another tribute to the American school of dance.
21 Jun 2016

Hofesh Shechter’s 'Barbarians'

Is Hofesh Shechter’s new trilogy 'Barbarians' a rave or a rock show?
20 Jun 2016

Nureyev's 'Romeo and Juliet' at the Paris Opera

Shakespeare’s classic story of love, violence, and death is danced at the Opéra Bastille in Paris.
29 Apr 2016

Ballet de l'Opera de Lyon

Although based in Lyon, France the troupe's dancers hail from a myriad of nations including Cuba, Japan, South Africa, Greece and the United States.
4 Apr 2016

Batsheva Dance Company

Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin enjoys surprising, and one can either like his work, several pieces being in the repertoires of companies around the world, or reject it.
25 Mar 2016

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A Century of Dance: From Swan Lake to Trisha Brown

Patricia Boccadoro reviews the Paris Opera Ballet's eclectic winter season at the Palais Garnier and the Opera Bastille.

A Luminous Evening at the Opera Bastille

The Paris Opera Ballet offers up their exquisitely light, yet deeply moving, production of Kaguyahime, Jiri Kylian’s retelling of the Japanese fable, "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter."

A Tribute to Jerome Robbins

The Paris Opera Ballet marks the tenth anniversary of the American choreographer's death.
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