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Into the Fray

L.A. Contemporary Dance Company performs a work that showcases the ensemble’s hybrid style.

Getting to the Nutcracker Shows the Sugarplum-Sweet Side of Putting Up a Ballet

Serene Meshel-Dillman’s new documentary follows local dance students from the studio to the stage

L.A. Dance Project Returns to the Ace Hotel

Black Swan choreographer Benjamin Millepied previews a new work set to the music of Philip Glass

Taking on Tchaikovsky

The composer’s famous Piano Trio sets the stage for American Contemporary Ballet this weekend

Ballet Preljocaj’s “Les Nuits” Makes Its U.S. Debut at the Music Center

The French company brings erotic flair to a production inspired by One Thousand and One Nights

TONIGHT: Misty Copeland Talks About Her Rise from Child Prodigy to Ballerina

The American Ballet Theatre soloist discusses about her new memoir, "Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina"

Curtain Call: Evaluating the Bourne Identity After 25 Years

Director and choreographer Matthew Bourne takes a stab at "Sleeping Beauty."

Something New Afoot: American Contemporary Ballet Leaps onto Miracle Mile

ACB is a small troupe, but it has made a huge impression since it was founded in 2004 by artistic director Lincoln Jones

Three Balanchine Ballets, One Free Picnic

The Music Center is hosting Los Angeles Ballet and American Ballet Theatre for a trio of performances. We spoke the with Los Angeles Ballet artistic directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary.

Review: Joffrey Ballet at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Nigel Lythgoe proves to be the secret ingredient missing from all the hype behind the Joffrey Ballet’s visit to L.A.