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The Joyce Theater

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One of the only theaters built by dancers for dance, The Joyce Theater has garnered a well-deserved international reputation for cultivating and honoring emerging and established dance artists whose work represents a wide range of aesthetic interests. Since opening in 1982, The Joyce has supported the dance community by providing a home for more than 400 domestic and international companies and by offering an annual 45 to 48-week season which, each year, allows more than 150,000 audience members to experience diverse, popular and challenging performances.


Productions (5)

Already closed Black Grace NYC: Chelsea
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Performing a “strikingly imaginative fusion of traditional Samoan/Maori dance and contemporary styles" (The Boston Globe), New Zealand's Black Grace makes its Joyce debut with a selection of works.

Already closed The Day NYC: Chelsea
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A collaboration among legends, THE DAY is a new work by cellist Maya Beiser, beloved dancer Wendy Whelan, iconoclastic choreographer Lucinda Childs, and Pulitzer Prize winning composer David Lang.

Already closed A.I.M NYC: Chelsea
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Kyle Abraham’s brilliant company returns with an enticing program including the world premiere of the choreographer’s newest solo for himself accompanied by a live gospel choir. 

Already closed Shantala Shivalingappa NYC: Chelsea
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“Divinely gifted…intoxicating” (The New York Times) preeminent Kuchipudi dancer Shantala Shivalingappa brings her work Akasha to The Joyce.