"Benjamin Millepied & Company" is a misnomer (the group has been previously billed as Danses Concertantes). Yes, the enterprise and the hard work are Millepied's, as is some of the choreography. He dances in two of the four works shown at the Joyce. However, his pick-up group can only perform when its members are free. Too bad. This is a dream team of terrific dancers, almost all of whom are, like Millepied, members of either New York City Ballet or American Ballet Theatre. Three of those performing Aszure Barton's striking quartet are members of her Aszure & Artists. Only Alexander Ritter (ex NYCB) is... More >>>