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Boston Ballet’s 60th anniversary season to include four world premieres — and a trip to Paris

The 2023-24 season’s six programs also include Boston premieres, and of course, the annual Nutcracker.

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Paul Taylor Dance Company shines in its Boston return

Founded in 1954, the New York-based company performed in Boston as part of the Celebrity Series for the first time since 2013.


Madelyn Ho performs with Paul Taylor Dance Company this weekend; on the side, she’s a Harvard MD

The New York-based company returns to town for a three-performance run at the Shubert as part of the Celebrity Series of Boston.


Boston Ballet goes boldly in ‘Our Journey’

The program begins with New York City Ballet resident choreographer Justin Peck’s “Everywhere We Go” and ends with Dutch choreographer Nanine Linning’s world premiere, “La Mer,” a cautionary tale about what we’re doing to our planet’s oceans.

Scientists and creatives alike worked with choreographer Nanine Linning on Boston Ballet’s ambitious new commission ‘La Mer’

An environmental message in dance, the work features 33 dancers, live music and electronic soundscapes, and video scenography.


After more than 30 years, Central Square’s Dance Complex still has the moves

“It’s become a place where we have dancers from all corners of the world,” said director Peter DiMuro, who’s led the complex for a decade.


Renowned ballerina Misty Copeland to receive 2023 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award

The dancer and activist will be presented with a $25,000 prize at the festival’s June gala in Becket.


Gibney Company’s engaging Boston debut explores what separates us, what brings us together

The company is in the midst of its first national tour, and Global Arts Live brought it to the Institute of Contemporary Art this weekend for three intriguing Boston premieres.