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Presenting adventurous art for adventurous audiences, the Next Wave Festival is dedicated to emerging artists at the forefront of their disciplines alongside modern masters who continue to innovate.
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Laurie Anderson's Delusion is a Homeric epic about longing, identity, and memory.
Pina Bausch's splendid company Tanztheater Wuppertal returns with the arresting Vollmond.
Needcompany's The Deer House merges fact and fiction to create an entirely new reality.
Choreographer Ralph Lemon explores loss and transcendence in this multimedia dance piece.
A House in Bali is a bold new opera by Evan Ziporyn and directed by Jay Scheib.
Brooklyn OMNIBUS is a song cycle created by Stew and performed with Heidi Rodewald.
Ridge Theater reimagines the Greek myth as a spectacular 19th-century theatrical tableau.
This season, Ballet Preljocaj makes a rare New York appearance with Empty moves.
Sasha Waltz's Gezeiten is a dance about the helplessness of humans in the face of disaster.
Raoul is the new work from trapeze artist, clown, magician, and violinist James Thiérrée.
Throne of Blood is Ping Chong's stage adaptation of Kurosawa's film by the same name.
The Hard Nut is Mark Morris Dance Group's take on The Nutcracker set in the 1970s.