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Join us MAY 26 at 11 AM for the final Family Saturdays event of the 2017/18 Season. World-famous choreographer Jerome Robbins changed the face of dance with his works for Broadway, ballet, and film. We'll celebrate Robbins’ 100th birthday with this program featuring an array of his imaginative and fun-filled ballets.

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coppélia may 25 - jun 2

Russell Janzen on Glass Pieces

As dancer Russell Janzen notes, Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces may be an abstract ballet with an experimental score by Phillip Glass, yet it’s also rooted in the real world, especially the feeling of driving, pulsing undercurrents found just by walking through New York City. See it on the Classic NYCB program, MAY 24, 29, 30, 31.

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Screen Test: Erica Pereira

Soloist and Long Island native Erica Pereira talks about her obsession with Judy Garland in 'Meet Me in St. Louis,' the time she had to learn a principal role in just 24 hours, and how an ad in a Penny Saver sparked her interest in dance. See Erica make her debut as Swanilda at the JUN 2 mat of Coppélia.

Ashley Bouder on Year of the Rabbit

Ashley Bouder talks about the artistic process of originating a role, and the great responsibility of setting the tone at the beginning of the ballet, bringing Justin Peck’s visually dynamic and physically challenging choreography to life. See Year of the Rabbit on the 21st Century Choreographers program, MAY 22, 23.