Bust A Move: At PMT Dance Studio, Breakdancing Takes Center StageYou may know it as break-dancing, "b-boying," or "breaking," but now some are turning to the hip-hop dance style as a fresh new way to work out.
Free Live Dance Events, Performances In NYCCheck out these live dancing events coming to a New York City park near you.
Best Swing Dance Clubs In New York CityWhether you’re just learning how to swing dance or on the hunt for a place to dance like a star, be sure to bookmark the following for future reference. This list details the five best swing dance clubs in New York City for aficionados, pros or beginners.
Best Shops For Ballet Apparel In NYCCheck out these five shops for ballet apparel in New York City.
5 Best Eating And Drinking Events This WeekendHere are five great eating, drinking, and merrymaking events from which to choose.
6 Great Nutcracker Performances In NYCFor many people, the holidays just aren’t the holidays without a performance of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Back At Lincoln Center
5 Great Dance Studios In New York CityThink you can’t dance? Head to one of the city’s best dance studios, and let the teachers show you otherwise. All offer instruction in the art of moving your body masterfully and majestically, for beginners and experts alike.
Manhattan Bridge Walkway Turns Into Nightclub For Overnight PartyThe foot path on the Manhattan Bridge turned into a sizzling nightclub for a while Saturday night, until police broke it up and arrested three people.
Savion Glover Tap Dances On The CouchInternationally acclaimed tap dance virtuoso Savion Glover will be returning to New York City's Joyce Theater for a limited run of his new show, Savion Glover's STePz.
Mobile Couch: Meet The DanceAfrica DancersA Memorial Day weekend tradition, DanceAfrica returns for the 36th year with dance, music, art, film, and community events-and featuring the beloved DanceAfrica outdoor bazaar.
Black Ballerinas Address The Issue Of Race In Ballet WorldAmerican Ballet Theater soloist Misty Copeland and dance theater of Harlem artistic director Virginia Johnson have made a name for themselves in the world of ballet. They are taking part in a panel discussion titled Black Swans: Black Women in Classical Ballet.