One lesson of New York City Ballet’s Jerome Robbins celebration concerned his musicality, which often points to parts of the score left undanced.
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Ashley Bouder of New York City Ballet performs part of a make-fun-of-yourself solo from Robbins’s “Dances at a Gathering.”
The company’s winter season ended with a bit of enchantment from Alexei Ratmansky — and some great dancing, including by Adrian Danchig-Waring.
While City Ballet waits for a successor, its history has gone on developing in performance. Roman Mejia, 18, made his presence felt.
Ashley Bouder’s dancing at New York City Ballet is bold and full of technical wizardry; some of her artwork reflects that.
Women composed a triple bill, “At This Dance, Women Take the Lead,” with Ms. Bouder’s troupe; and Wendy Whelan moved further from ballet at the Joyce.
Our critic reflects on the latest season of this company, which may be “heading for a period when it has more talent than it can comfortably present.”
The New York City Ballet dancer Ashley Bouder has returned five months after giving birth to a daughter.
The company’s fall season has been bounteous with repertory by its founder-choreographer, George Balanchine, and features exciting performances.
Players in dance circles comment on the dearth of female choreographers.