Spanning classical ballet to brassy Broadway, the three-week Robbins 100 celebrates the prolific career of NYCB Co-Founding Choreographer Jerome Robbins, including world premieres by Resident Choreographer Justin Peck and Tony Award®-winner Warren Carlyle. Onstage MAY 3 – 20.


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. Don't miss Agon in Balanchine Black & White, on stage APR 24, 26, 28 mat, MAY 2, JUN 3.

Screen Test: Kennard Henson

New Corps de Ballet Member Kennard Henson talks about the learning curve of joining the Company, the responsibility of originating a role in Lauren Lovette's For Clara, and what he wants people to know about professional dancers.

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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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