About Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Truly great dance can be a window into the heart and soul, revealing our deepest selves. Let us take you on a path of discovery. We’ll show you ourselves through our movement and help you see yourselves in our stories. Discover the season:

Donald Byrd’s Greenwood shines a light on the 1921 attack by a white mob that destroyed the affluent black Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Darrell Grand Moultrie’s Ounce of Faith is an exuberant tribute to a teacher’s lasting influence on a young person.

Jamar Roberts’ Ode offers a meditation on the beauty and fragility of life in a time of growing gun violence.

Aszure Barton’s BUSK is a dazzling, episodic look at the vulnerabilities artists face in revealing themselves on stage.

Camille A. Brown’s City of Rain, a quietly intense work that honors the struggles and grace of losing a friend.

Merce Cunningham Centennial Solos are excerpts from the 2019 Cunningham Centennial event that showed off his genius for radical reinventions of movement.

Judith Jamison’s Divining is a mystical work that draws power from African polyrhythms.

Lar Lubovitch’s Fandango explores the infinite possibilities of partnering, set to Ravel’s Bolero.

DAVID H. KOCH THEATER

20 Lincoln Center 
New York, NY 10023