Bet Ann's Dance
Jean Piché and Gary Kulesha
To improve your experience on our site and ensure your security, please upgrade to a modern browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge.
You have the promo code applied
Of this ballet, John Alleyne said, "Ann is no one in particular, and the title doesn't really mean anything. I like odd titles and I've called some of my previous ballets Interogating Slam, Split House Geometric and Go Slow, Walter. This new one is a high-energy piece that's an exploration of the company's dancers and my mind."
Enter your name and email address to receive email communications from New York City Ballet, including special offers, on-sale dates, and other updates.