September 2015 dance calendar

Charmaine Patricia Warren | 9/3/2015, 2:29 p.m.
This month’s dance calendar is jam-packed!
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Sept. 23-26: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko | anonymous bodies premieres “#negrophobia,” which “examines the erotic fear associated with the black male body,” according to the release, at Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performance Lab. For more information, visit www.gibneydance.org.

Sept. 22-27: At the Joyce Theater, Camille A. Brown and Dancers will present the world premiere of “Black Girl: Linguistic Play,” “a work revealing the complexity of carving out a self-defined identity as a Black female in urban America,” according to the release. For more information, visit www.joyce.org.

Sept. 24-26: Yasuko Yokoshi presents the New York premiere of “Zero One” at Dancespace Project after nearly a 10-year absence. Identical twin sisters Manami and Sawami Fukuoka bring Yokoshi’s blend of traditional Japanese and Western dance to life. For more information, visit www.danspaceproject.org.

Sept. 29-Oct. 4: In their Joyce debut, the young dancers of the Batsheva Ensemble will perform “Decadance,” created by the artistic director of Batsheva Dance Company, Ohad Naharin. For more information, visit www.joyce.org.

Sept. 24-Dec. 5- Lincoln Center’s inaugural venture into the movies, “Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance,” will show works by San Francisco Ballet (Sept. 24), Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (Oct. 22), Ballet Hispanico (Nov. 12) and New York City Ballet (Dec. 5). For more information, visit www.LincolnCenterattheMovies.org.

Sept. 30-Oct. 3: The Brazilian-born choreographer, Patricia Hoffbauer premieres “Dances for Intimate Spaces and Friendly People,” a series of duets, trios and quartets presented simultaneously as installations in various Gibney Dance studios. For more information, visit www.gibneydance.org.

Sept. 30-Oct. 11: Fall for Dance Festival, the annual two-week festival that brings dance to many for just $15, returns for year 12 with five diverse programs, including performances by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Bill Irwin and Tiler Peck, Che Malambo, La Compagnie Herve KOUBI, Companhia Urbana de Danca, Dorrance Dance, doug elkins choreography, Houston Ballet, Jesus Carmona and Cia, L-E-V, Miami City Ballet, Nrityagram, San Francisco Ballet, Stephen Petronio Company and many more. For more information, visit www.NYCityCenter.org.