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A showcase of artists and companies who define excellence in international theater, dance, music, and opera today.
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Sam Mendes returns to direct The Cherry Orchard and The Winter's Tale.
Laurie Anderson kicks off the BAM Next Stage Campaign with an evening of music and performance
A testament to the follies of hasty judgment and the force of love as a means of redemption.
Beirut kicks off Sounds Like Brooklyn with its ukulele-tinged brass band laments
DIY indie phenomenon Clap Your Hands Say Yeah performs songs both inspired and droll.
Ohad Naharin returns to BAM with the exhilarating and sensual new work Max.
Merce Cunningham Dance Company presents the world premiere of a dazzling new work.
Jonathan Miller draws out the full magnificence and drama of Bach's final Passion.
Trisha Brown is an icon of contemporary dance who has continued to innovate dance.
William Shakespeare would delight in the audaciously cheeky theater of Edward Hall.
DanceAfrica is the largest celebration of African and African American culture in the US.
Senegalese artist Youssou N'Dour has raised Senegal's mbalax style to global stature.
The Aissawa and Al Taybah Ensembles take the stage for an evening of entrancing Sufi music.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater comes back to Brooklyn with two new programs.
In an oil-rich kingdom, a dictator's rise to power becomes an allegory of our own times.
Qawwali Gospel Creation unites singer Faiz Ali Faiz with African American gospel music.