The experimental director and avant-garde choreographer’s production — the first in the U.S. not to be based on Jerome Robbins’s choreography — will come to Broadway.
The season includes new works by Michelle Dorrance and Jessica Lang, an all-female-choreographer gala and a tribute to Jerome Robbins at 100.
One lesson of New York City Ballet’s Jerome Robbins celebration concerned his musicality, which often points to parts of the score left undanced.
Ashley Bouder of New York City Ballet performs part of a make-fun-of-yourself solo from Robbins’s “Dances at a Gathering.”
With New York City Ballet performing Robbins rarities this season, we have the chance to reassess this complex, mold-breaking artist.
New York City Ballet’s gala showed Robbins’s Broadway and ballet sides with world premieres by Warren Carlyle and Justin Peck.
Behind the scenes of ‘Something to Dance About’ at New York City Ballet.
“Something to Dance About,” a new piece staged by Warren Carlyle, includes extracts from nine musicals choreographed by Robbins.
The troupe presented a beautiful world premiere by Richard Alston and three revivals of fascinating rarities by Jerome Robbins.