1. PhotoKarine Plantadit as DJ Mad Love.
    CreditMohamed Sadek for The New York Times

    Critic’s Notebook

    This Ain’t No Disco: Alone in a Crowd at the Armory

    At times, the experience of “SOCIAL! the social distance dance club” felt no more freeing than dancing by myself in my cramped living room, our critic says.



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    Where Subway Dancers Practice Their Art

    “You are the center of your own world. Any space is important,” the Congolese choreographer Faustin Linyekula told members of It’s Showtime NYC.


  2. PhotoLauren Lovette
    CreditMohamed Sadek for The New York Times

    When a Ballerina Gets to Be Goofy

    “Ballerinas never crash,” said Lauren Lovette, but, “I love falling to the floor.”


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    CreditRudolf Costin for The New York Times

    Rugged, Physical Work With Durability

    In Abby Zbikowski’s “Radioactive Practice,” a dancer says, “You’re seeing survival and community in real time.”