Paul Taylor Dance Company


—The New York Times

Touring the Country and the World

Latest news
and upcoming events

Two chances to see PTDC in NYC this summer!

Latest news:

Paul Taylor Dance Company to Move to Midtown in Major Expansion. Check out the NYT article to learn more.

Maria Ambrose and Devon Louis in Mr. Taylor's Roses by Danica Paulos

Discover our Company

Multidisciplinary collaborations.
Passionate expression.
Thrilling athleticism.

“America’s most magnificent dancing machine.”

—San Francisco Examiner

The Company in Mr. Taylor's Promethean Fire by John McCoy

“Taylor, one of the most astute social observers in any art form, has a knack for taking the dominant dance form of an era and . . . twisting it into a commentary on the people and their lives.”

—The Washington Post

Experiencing Taylor

What makes Taylor dancers special?
How should I watch modern dance?
Is there any reason to see the same dance twice?
Why does modern dance matter?

Let Artistic Director Michael Novak answer your questions to help you enjoy and expand your experience of the Paul Taylor Dance Company.

The Taylor School

A rich and integral component of our Foundation’s mission, the Taylor School provides universal access to the works and style of Paul Taylor through multifaceted training, education, and outreach opportunities. Learn more about the classes, residencies, and programs that reach thousands of students worldwide every year.

Help fuel our future today!

PHOTO CREDITS (top to bottom | left to right) Header video of Comapny in Amy Hall Garner’s Somewhere in the Middle; Jada Pearman, Jake Vincent, Kristin Draucker, and Company in Paul Taylor’s Esplanade, Steven Pisano; dancers backstage before Company B, John Harnage; backstage during a performance of Piazzolla Caldera, John Harnage; Maria Ambrose and Devon Louis in Paul Taylor’s Roses, Danica Paulos; Company in Paul Taylor’s Promethean Fire, J McCoy; Paul Taylor at home, the Taylor Archives; Shawn Lesniak and Alex Clayton in Lauren Lovette’s Echo, Whitney Browne; the Taylor School students, Alan Olshan; portrait of dancer backstage of the David H. Koch Theater, Whitney Browne.

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