ROMEO + JULIET // FEB 13 – 23

FY18 Art Series Promo

Anatomy of a Dance: Sara Mearns on NAMOUNA, A GRAND DIVERTISSEMENT

Sara Mearns takes us into the hardest two minutes that she’s ever performed in her career as in the Ratmansky’s lighthearted and clever ballet, a performance that makes her feel like Superwoman when she’s finished. Don't miss Namouna, A Grand Divertissement, on stage FEB 24 eve, 25, 28, MAR 2, 3 mat.


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Anatomy of a Dance: Maria Kowroski on Balanchine’s AGON

Maria Kowroski discusses how this Balanchine classic is, at its root, the story of a relationship. Agon translates as “contest” in Greek, and the ballet’s central pas de deux is a back-and-forth conversation between a couple, manifested in physical form. See Agon, on stage FEB 24 mat, 27, MAR 1, 3 eve, 4.

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With over 60 ballets, including seven world premieres, three enthralling full lengths, and a three-week festival celebrating the Jerome Robbins centennial, there’s an abundance of riches in store in our 17/18 Season. Take it all in and save with a Create Your Own Subscription package.

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Screen Test: Lauren King

Soloist Lauren King tells us what she would be doing if she wasn't a dancer, the strangest direction a choreographer has ever given her, and the mantra that keeps her motivated. See Lauren in Agon, FEB 24 mat.


Catch the vim and verve of Jerome Robbins’ remarkable choreography spanning classic ballet to brassy Broadway in the Robbins 100 Festival, with three weeks of programs celebrating the centennary of our co-founding choreographer, including two world premieres by Resident Choreographer Justin Peck and Tony Award®-winner Warren Carlyle. On stage MAY 3-19.