LAMAMA MOVES! DANCE FESTIVAL at the Ellen Stewart Theater and the Downstairs Theater and Lounge (through June 3). Now in its 13th season, this eclectic festival features a robust schedule of performances, film screenings and symposiums focused on race, gender, religion and exclusion. New additions this week include Ellen Fisher’s “Time Don’t Stop for Nobody,” in which answers from a survey on age inform a work about the shared experience of growing up (May 25-27); and Anabella Lenzu’s “No More Beautiful Dances,” a dance theater piece with spoken word, video projections and drawing that ponders the Argentine dancer and choreographer’s personal experience with immigration and motherhood.
NEW YORK CITY BALLET at the David H. Koch Theater (through June 3). The enduring 19th-century comedic ballet “Coppélia” tells of a young man who falls for a lifelike doll until his human girlfriend helps him snap out of it. City Ballet’s production, based on original choreography by Marius Petipa and music by Leo Delibes with enhancements by George Balanchine made in 1974, appears this week and the next. During the week, City Ballet offers a “Classic NYCB” program featuring Balanchine’s sublime “Mozartiana”; “Not Our Fate,” a recent work by the company dancer Lauren Lovette; “Pulcinella Variations” by the choreographer-in-residence Justin Peck; and Jerome Robbins’s intricate “Glass Pieces,” set to the music of Philip Glass.
SHAMEL PITTS at Gibney Dance (May 31-June 1, 8 p.m.; through June 2). For most of his 20s, the Brooklyn-born, Juilliard-trained Mr. Pitts lived in Tel Aviv and was a memorable member of the Batsheva Dance Company, Israel’s premier contemporary dance troupe. He recently left Batsheva to focus on his own work, which retains the same physical intensity of his former company but in a fresh, original form. “Black Box: The Little Black Book of Red” is a dark, electrifying solo that incorporates some of Mr. Pitts’s writing on identity, a self-portrait of a dynamic dancer finding himself in a foreign land.
RIOULT DANCE NY at the Joyce Theater (May 30-June 3 at various times). Since 1994, Pascal Rioult has created expressive, emotional dances for his company of able, attractive dancers. For their five-day spring residency at the Joyce, Mr. Rioult introduces a new work choreographed to original music by the Russian-born composer Polina Nazaykinskaya, which will be played live. That premiere will be performed with “Dream Suite,” a 2014 piece set to Tchaikovsky, and “Les Noces,” a provocative look at marriage, accompanied by Stravinsky’s pulsing score of the same name.