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A showcase of artists and companies who define excellence in international theater, dance, music, and opera today.
Read more about the history of BAM's Winter/Spring Season.
Swedish nouveau cirque troupe Cirkus Cirkör return to BAM.
Cheek by Jowl returns to BAM with John Ford's controversial play about forbidden love.
Simon Callow assumes center stage in Shakespeare biographer Jonathan Bate's one-man play.
Kevin Spacey is Richard III in the final production of The Bridge Project.
Maly Drama Theatre and Lev Dodin present Three Sisters, Chekhov's great tragicomedy.
DanceAfrica celebrates its 35th anniversary with a week of dance, film, music, and more.
Performed works include Four Saints in Three Acts and the new work A Choral Fantasy.
The enchanting inhabitants of E.T.A. Hoffmann's whimsical world return to BAM.
Batsheva Dance Company returns to BAM with the ravishing Hora.
Questlove and a stellar lineup of artists perform a free-flowing playlist.
Dr. John leads an all-star celebration of New Orleans' greatest musical son.
Jeff Mangum comes to BAM for a solo show in the Howard Gilman Opera House.
A funk-filled program of letting loose as only the Mardi Gras faithful know how.
Dr. John is joined by Dan Auerbach to premiere tracks from their widely anticipated album.
New York City Opera comes to BAM with a new production of Giuseppe Verdi's potent tragedy.
New York City Opera presents Rufus Wainwright's operatic meditation on fame and failure.
Explore the movement language developed by Ohad Naharin. No experience necessary.
Cheek by Jowl's Declan Donnellan talks about his production with James Shapiro.
Shakespeare biographer Jonathan Bate discusses adapting the Bard's life as a one-man play.
Lev Dodin and Dina Dodina share their insights on Chekhov's Three Sisters.
Reich explores his past works at BAM, and where he is now.
Meredith Monk revisits and discusses the breadth of her career to date.
Bill T. Jones examines his artistic vision as showcased at BAM since 1983.
Chuck Davis surveys his work with dance companies from Africa and its diaspora.