Baryshnikov Arts Center; 3/8 and 3/9 at 7:30 p.m.; 450 W. 37th St., Ste. 501, nr. Tenth Ave.; 646-731-3200
Sumi Clements and Taryn Vander Hoop’s modern troupe dances in the world premiere of Clements’s Deep End.
New York Theatre Ballet
Florence Gould Hall; 3/9 and 3/10 at 7 p.m.; 55 E. 59th St., nr. Madison Ave., 212-355-6160
The local company dances in a varied program pairing new and classic works: premieres by Gemma Bond, Antonia Franceschi, and Richard Alston are up next to Cunningham’s Septet, Limón’s The Moor’s Pavane, and Waring’s An Eccentric Beauty Revisited.
New York Live Arts; Through 3/10 at 7:30.; 219 W. 19th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-924-0077
The acclaimed dancer and choreographer performs in the world premiere of her Solo, Deluxe Version, plus One of Sixty Five Thousand Gestures, a solo made with Trisha Brown.
Stephen Petronio Company
Joyce Theater; Through 3/11, times vary; 175 Eighth Ave., at 19th St.; 212-242-0800
Petronio, an always insightful and intelligent modern choreographer, presents the world premiere of his The Architecture of Loss, with original music by Valgeir Sigurdsson, on a program with Ethersketch (starring New York City Ballet’s Wendy Whelan) and a revival of City of Twist.
Monica Bill Barnes
92nd Street Y; 3/10 at 8 p.m and 3/11 at 3 p.m; 1395 Lexington Ave., nr. 92nd St.; 212-415-5500
Barnes presents her Suddenly Summer Somewhere, a humorous piece set to Rat Pack tunes, integrating jokes and audience laughter with the dance performance.