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“happyokay” Was More Than Okay—It Was Awesome

Dance is best seen live. Whether it’s in an intimate black box or on a huge proscenium, you can’t go … Continue reading

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Ain’t No Victory Dance Like an NYCB Victory Dance

Let’s talk about victory dances for a moment, shall we? They’ve gotten such a bad rap recently. These days, NFL … Continue reading

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The Life of a Tutu

If tutus could talk, they’d tell some pretty amazing stories. According to Jason Hadley, New York City Ballet’s costume shop … Continue reading

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Meet “the Balanchine Plant”

Few art forms are as obsessed with lineage as ballet. Want to learn the classic Russian repertoire? Train with one … Continue reading

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5 Things We Learned from “city.ballet.” Season 2, Episode 2

Season 2 of “city.ballet.”—the AOL On series that gives an insider’s look at New York City Ballet—is live now! We’re … Continue reading

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The Ballet 422 Trailer Is Fascinating

Earlier this year, Ballet 422—a documentary following the creation of Justin Peck‘s Paz de la Jolla for New York City Ballet—earned … Continue reading

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