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Saturday February 7, 2015 2:00 PM

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Multifaceted like our great nation, this selection of diverse American music provides the springboard for an energizing program.

  • Location:

  • David H. Koch Theater
  • Running Time:

  • 1 Hr. 59 Min.


  • Hallelujah Junction

    • Music by: John Adams
    • Choreography by: Peter Martins
    • Principal Casting:
      February 6, 7 Mat: Sterling Hyltin, Chase Finlay*, Daniel Ulbricht (*first time in role)
      February 17, 19, 26: Lauren Lovette*, Gonzalo Garcia, Daniel Ulbricht (*New York City debut)

    Hallelujah Junction, one of Martins’ most popular works, sends its dancers across the stage in waves punctuated by the gently hovering pas de deux at its center.

  • A Place for Us

    • Music by: André Previn, Leonard Bernstein
    • Choreography by: Christopher Wheeldon
    • Principal Casting:
      February 6, 7 Mat: Tiler Peck, Robert Fairchild

    A Place for Us highlights the interpersonal charisma of its two dancers who at one point dart around and interact with shifting patterns of light.

  • Interplay

    • Music by: Morton Gould
    • Choreography by: Jerome Robbins
    • Principal Casting:
      February 7 Mat: Lauren Lovette, Kristen Segin, Sara Adams, Indiana Woodward, Taylor Stanley, Harrison Ball, Joseph Gordon, Sebastian Villarini-Velez
      February 17, 19, 26: Brittany Pollack, Lydia Wellington, Meagan Mann, Sarah Villwock, Peter Walker, Devin Alberda, Harrison Ball (replaces Spartak Hoxha), Harrison Coll

    Interplay’s young dancers take part in lighthearted competition as they revel in the exuberant yet cool melodies of the ballet’s jazz-infused score.

  • Glass Pieces

    • Music by: Philip Glass
    • Choreography by: Jerome Robbins
    • Principal Casting:
      February 7 Mat, 17, 19: Ashley Laracey, Lauren King, Lydia Wellington, Maria Kowroski, Chase Finlay, Peter Walker, Russell Janzen, Adrian Danchig-Waring
      February 26: Brittany Pollack, Meagan Mann, Emilie Gerrity, Rebecca Krohn, Daniel Applebaum, Joseph Gordon, Andrew Scordato, Amar Ramasar

    Expansive in scope and streamlined in style, Glass Pieces captures the heartbeat of metropolitan life with its charged, urban choreography.

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