★★★★✰ Sara Mearns, who made her name as Swan Queen at the age of nineteen, is still the most thrilling Odette around.
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Martins' Swan Lake tries to be too many things to too many people.
The most recent Works & Process at the Guggenheim looked at Commedia dell’arte ballets from Petipa ("Les millions d'Arlequin") and Balanchine: "Harlequinade"...
The most obvious, and pleasurable aspect of New York City Ballet's mixed bill Hear the Dance: America is its juxtaposition of two very different works by Jerome Robbins.
The highlight of the program was the seldom-performed Divertimento from “Le Baiser de la Fée”. It is a deceptively shadowy work, a fairy tale in the guise of a conventional divertissement.