Some dance fans believe that New York City Ballet dancers ought to be happy performing nothing but works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins for the rest of their lives. And maybe many are. But dancers everywhere respond to learning new choreography the way racehorses at the gate anticipate the run ahead. It helps if the new ballet doesnt hurt their bodies too much, and it helps if its really good. Two of the spring seasons new ballets are really good, and the dancers dig into them with every nerve and... More >>>
NYCBs Abi Stafford and Craig Hall in Jirí Bubencíks "Toccata."