Of course, the New York City ballet is the most famous, but did you know that NYC is home to a number of different dance companies? New York City also has many venues that host dance companies from around the world.
New York's eponymous ballet company, the New York City Ballet calls the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center home, and performs during the summer at its other home: the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. The New York City Ballet performs both classic and modern ballets. If you've got a ballet-loving kid in your family, the NYCB allows children five and over to attend performances.
Founded in 2002, the Brooklyn Ballet creates and performs contemporary ballets that reflect the multicultural nature of Brooklyn. Performances take place in downtown Brooklyn, which is easily accessible by subway.
family matinee programming for children 6-14. They also operate the 74-seat Joyce SoHo for more intimate performances.
Fall For Dance Festival. The calendar often features a variety of other dance performances, as well as some musical theater productions.
dance performances and events in their Fort Greene, Brooklyn location, including the Mark Morris Dance Group and Dance Africa.
The New York City Ballet, the Paul Taylor Dance Company, and The Australian Ballet.