The company, directed by a team of four young people since the resignation of Peter Martins, is in a state of impressive improvement.
New York City Ballet’s gala showed Robbins’s Broadway and ballet sides with world premieres by Warren Carlyle and Justin Peck.
Eight of the festival’s 12 premieres were theatrically individual, with all four programs substantial.
The choreographers Alonzo King, Christopher Wheeldon, Justin Peck all think out of the box in their new creations for the company.
Mr. Peck’s dances for the musical’s revival on Broadway are exuberantly executed, but, our critic says, they don’t stay with him.
Peter Martins had mapped out most of City Ballet’s next season before he retired under pressure. But there was still work for its new leaders.
Jack O’Brien and Justin Peck’s heartfelt, half-terrific revival of an American classic stars a wonderfully ambivalent Joshua Henry and Jessie Mueller.
To pass as a dancer in “Red Sparrow,” Ms. Lawrence turned to a choreographer, a partner, a dance double and a “ballet-boot-camp guy.”
Peter Martins inherited George Balanchine’s roles: running the School of American Ballet and City Ballet and choreographing. Should this model persist?
Four New York City Ballet veterans will take over the responsibilities of Peter Martins during an investigation into accusations of sexual harassment.