Tag Archives: American Ballet Theatre

Alexei Ratmansky at the New York Public Library

This Wednesday, October 8, choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, who is the current Artistic Director of the Bolshoi Ballet and Artist in Residence at American Ballet Theatre, will sit down with Paul Holdengräber to discuss his career. Get tickets here. The event is … Continue reading

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Displaced (A Dancer Portrait Series)

Dance photography frequently shows athleticism, virtuosity, and technical prowess, but rarely do we see images that capture more intimate, emotional moments of dancers in stillness.  That’s what my friend and NYC-based photographer Matthew Murphy strives to achieve in “Displaced”, a … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek of ABT’s Nutcracker

Last month, Works & Process at the Guggenheim presented a sneak peek of American Ballet Theatre’s new production of The Nutcracker, choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky.  The ballet will have its world premiere at Brooklyn Academy of Music on December 22nd.   … Continue reading

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Avi Scher & Dancers’ New York Debut

Marcelo Gomes and Ashley Bouder in Avi Scher’s Utopia, photo by Matthew Murphy On Saturday evening, Avi Scher & Dancers made its New York debut at the intimate Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater.  Formed in 2008, the company performed six works … Continue reading

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Michael Arthur’s Dancer Drawings

Michele Wiles and David Hallberg rehearsing Swan Lake, drawing by Michael Arthur Happy Days, a New York Times blog about finding satisfaction during the economic downturn, recently featured a post by a professor-turned-freelance artist who spent last month drawing the … Continue reading

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