Bring on the fall with a variety of dance performances. At NYLA, South African choreographer Robyn Orlin presents Albert Ibokwe Khoza in “And so you see…our honourable blue sky and ever enduring sun…can only be consumed slice by slice” Sept. 22-24. The solo, a New York premiere, “…was created in response to South Africa’s recent celebration of 20 years of freedom and contains Orlin’s trademark mix of forms, expressions and genre. Orlin describes the performance as “…an ironical playful body, caught between sin, transformation, decay and brilliance, using the ‘seven deadly sins,’ on a journey through a ‘requiem to humanity’ with the third world still on stage and the first world paying to be part of the show…” according to the release.  For more information visit


Sept. 21-Oct. 2 – For the 19th Fall for Dance Festival at City Center, the international array of dance artists, companies and works featured in five programs includes Pam Tanowitz, Christopher Wheeldon, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Bavarian State Ballet (Germany), Compagnie Hervé Koubi (France), Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Dutch National Ballet (Netherlands), Gibney Dance, Kyiv City Ballet (Ukraine), Nrityagram Dance Ensemble (India), and San Francisco Ballet. For more information visit

Sept. 24 – (Virtual) Edisa Weeks’ DELIRIOUS Dance Roots Party returns and will include a discussion with Brooke and Ashley Diamond from the Free Ashley Diamond Campaign. For more information and to register visit

Sept. 26-Oct. 1 – Leslie Parker continues a multiyear project with a creative residency at Danspace Project to explore the archives and the physical location of Danspace from the 1950s to the present for the world premiere of “Divination Tools: imagine home.” For more information visit

Sept. 27-Oct. 2 – Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca return to the Joyce with repertory and new works led by Barrio and Artistic Director Martín Santangelo. On the program is “In ni bien ni mal, todo lo contrario” (neither good nor bad, just the opposite), and more. For more information visit

Sept. 28 – Kyle Abraham will premiere a new work at New York City Ballet’s tenth annual Fall Fashion Gala at Lincoln Center. Also, on the program are works by Gianna Reisen, Justin Peck, and a finale from the George Balanchine “Symphony in C.” For more information visit

Sept. 30-Oct. 16 – Celebrating 50 years of work, Ping Chong, the founder and Artistic Director of  Ping Chong + Company, will present a reimagining of “Lazarus” 1972–2022. “Lazarus” was Ping Chong’s first independently created theater production. For more information visit

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