Kenneth MacMillan’s “Romeo and Juliet,” a beloved war horse at American Ballet Theater, has suddenly lost luster despite impressive new faces onstage.
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Odette is one of the great Romantic symbols of the longing for redemption, says our chief critic as “Swan Lake” returns to American Ballet Theater.
Aran Bell, 19, who made an impression as a little boy in “First Position,” talks about dancing a lead role at American Ballet Theater.
Just after turning 40, the American Ballet Theater principal will dance the lead in “Romeo and Juliet,” the role she wouldn’t allow herself to dream about.
Alexei Ratmansky’s reconstruction of Marius Petipa’s 1900 ballet has charm. But our critic wonders if it really works as theater.
Harry Styles launches a 89-date world tour (a chance to flaunt his new acoustic arrangements), and Joy Nash brings the best-seller “Dietland” to life on AMC.
Watch a portion of the hypnotic, otherworldly opening of the “Kingdom of the Shades” section from American Ballet Theater’s “La Bayadère.”
Alexei Ratmansky is restaging Marius Petipa’s ballet not by patching together known versions, but by going to back to a written source.
Wayne McGregor’s “AfteRite,” an expressionist take on “The Rite of Spring,” might have seemed odd programming for a gala evening.
Natalia Osipova stood out among the dancers interpreting the role this season at the American Ballet Theater, showing how she has grown as an artist.