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Jessica Lang.© Kazu. (Click image for larger version)

Jessica Lang – Catching up with the Choreographer and Director

Answer: “Do it!” Question: “What advice would you give to a young dancer who aspires to choreograph?”

Guggenheim's Works and Process showing of Harlequinade.© Works & Process at the Guggenheim/Jacklyn Meduga. (Click image for larger version)

Works and Process at the Guggenheim – Petipa, Balanchine and Harlequinade

The most recent Works & Process at the Guggenheim looked at Commedia dell’arte ballets from Petipa (“Les millions d’Arlequin”) and Balanchine: “Harlequinade”…

Ashley Laracey in the studio (with Troy Schumacher).© Ani Collier, provided by Troy Schumacher. (Click image for larger version)

Two Young NYCB Choreographers on the Move: Justin Peck and Troy Schumacher

Two young NYCB choreographers have been out talking and showing what they do: Justin Peck at the Guggenheim and Troy Schumacher at the 92nd Street Y. Marina Harss on why they are so worth tracking…

The hunter (Derrick Arthur) and his prey (Daniel Pettrow) in Peter and the Wolf.© Jacklyn Meduga. (Click image for larger version)

John Heginbotham and Isaac Mizrahi – Peter and the Wolf – New York

What made this Peter so right-feeling was that all elements of the show — storytelling, music, stage action — were so well integrated.

Carla Körbes and Karel Cruz in Giselle.© Angela Sterling. (Click image for larger version)

Carla Korbes – Pacific Northwest Ballet – Principal

Now thirty-one Carla Korbes has grown up to become one of America’s most remarkable ballerinas. Her recent performance of Terpsichore’s duet with Apollo at the Guggenheim was one of the most touchingly natural and innately musical interpretations I’ve seen.

Amy Watson, as a La BayadereShade, and Nikolaj Hubbe.© Jacklyn Meduga. (Click image for larger version)

Works & Process at the Guggenheim – Royal Danish Ballet’s new La Bayadere – New York

Hubbe – handsome and captivating as ever in tight black jeans and an Errol Flynn mustache – assured the Works and Process audience that the famously elegiac Shades scene has not been tampered with…

Emery LeCrone in the studio. © Rosalie O’Connor. (Click image for larger version)

Interview: Emery LeCrone, Choreographer

Equal parts free spirit and self-disciplinarian, Emery LeCrone manages to make the creative life look easy.

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