Tag Archives: New York City Ballet

A Morning in the Life of a NYCB Principal

Sometimes it’s hard to remember that professional ballet dancers aren’t superhuman. But in reality, they’re just like us. I mean, … Continue reading

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The Farewell—But Not Yet Goodbye—of Wendy Whelan

Forget fall galas, forget back-to-school, forget television season premieres: The highlight—no!—the most important event of this fall will be Wendy … Continue reading

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Ballet at the Tribeca Film Festival

New York City Ballet has a big spring coming up—and not only because of the new JR piece in the … Continue reading

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French Artist JR shows New York City Ballet “the Power of Paper and Glue”

It’s time to get super psyched about multidisciplinary collaborations, guys. Last year, New York City Ballet held its first annual … Continue reading

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Dancing Robbins

I’ve just made my entrance in Jerome Robbins’ Afternoon of a Faun, stepping onstage into a set designed to look … Continue reading

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A Look at “city.ballet.” Episode 12: Finale

For those who’ve followed along in my one-episode-per-week challenge, this week is for the very last episode of “city.ballet.” For … Continue reading

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