After 35 years, Peter Martins left City Ballet abruptly. Now the company is sounding out its dancers about what they would like in a successor.
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“Something to Dance About,” a new piece staged by Warren Carlyle, includes extracts from nine musicals choreographed by Robbins.
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.
While City Ballet waits for a successor, its history has gone on developing in performance. Roman Mejia, 18, made his presence felt.
Former New York City Ballet dancers accused Mr. Martins of verbal and physical abuse, and an anonymous letter contained sexual harassment allegations against him.
Indiana Woodward, a soloist at City Ballet, is making her debut as Juliet — a dream role.
Prokofiev’s score works its potent cinematic charm, but Peter Martins’s 2007 ballet still seems like a series of unfinished sketches.
Patricia McBride, a New York City Ballet luminary, recently returned to the company to coach a Balanchine ballet she created in the 1970s.
Peter Martins is not being erased from City Ballet, which he retired from amid accusations of harassment and abuse. But his “Romeo + Juliet” is being tweaked.
The beloved ballet, selections from which will be performed by the New York Philharmonic this week, left the composer broken.