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11833   Peter Martins: Celebrating the Male in Dance  
Barbara Binkley
Peter Martins'' newest ballet, Les Gentilhommes, glows with the spirit of freedom. Ballet Master in Chief of the New York City Ballet along with Jerome Robbins, Martins has ... Issue Date: 8 / 1987

12895   ABT Premieres a Million-Dollar Sleeping Beauty  
Louise Sheldon
Aglow with bright predawn pastels, American Ballet Theatre''s (ABT) full-length performance of The Sleeping Beauty shines with a sumptuousness rarely equaled in U.S. productions. ... Issue Date: 5 / 1987

11711   Balanchine's Spirit Infuses New York City Ballet  
Barbara Binkley
George Balanchine''s influence on the dance world is incalculable. Major companies throughout the world perform the ballets of this century''s foremost dance genius. Currently, ... Issue Date: 4 / 1987

12719   Choreographer John Butler Judges Ballet Today  
Gregory Speck
Among the most distinguished and honored choreographers and directors still active on the international scene, the towering John Butler remains as "in demand" as any artist in ... Issue Date: 3 / 1987

12171   Ashton's La Fille mal gardée Meets the Joffrey  
Barbara Binkley
La Fille mal gardee, known as La Fille or The Unchaperoned Daughter, is the oldest full-length classical ballet given in contemporary repertories. To the delight of ballet ... Issue Date: 2 / 1987

11340   Kristina Windom: An Appetite for Movement  
Alexandra Tomalonis
"I like to dance because I like to move," Kristina Windom said. "And I like ballets with lots of movement in them." This athletic approach to dance, this basic need to get out ... Issue Date: 11 / 1986

11479   ABT Performs La Bayadère With New Precision  
Barbara Binkley
It was sheer delight to see the American Ballet Theatre (ABT) performing La Bayadère at the Metropolitan Opera House this season with precision and uniformity, qualities that ... Issue Date: 10 / 1986

11581   Pennsylvania Ballet's Balanchine Work Enchanting  
Barbara Binkley
A style of dance was created by George Balanchine and developed to perfection in the New York City ballet. Since his death a few years ago, almost as if following a trend to show ... Issue Date: 9 / 1986

11210   New York City Ballet After Balanchine  
Paul Gregory
When after a long and debilitating illness, George Balanchine died on April 30, 1983, a major chapter in the history of dance closed. There were those who wondered what would ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

11087   Ivan Nagy: The Gentleman of Ballet Speaks His Mind  
Gregory Speck
Regarded as the finest danseur noble of his generation, Ivan Nagy concluded an illustrious career at the summit of American Ballet Theatre, where as premier danseur he was the ... Issue Date: 3 / 1986

10675   New York City Center: Dance Paths Diverge  
Gregory Speck
Given dance''s increased popularity and acceptance as a legitimate and indeed mainstream element within the family of the arts, it is instructive to examine the divergent routes ... Issue Date: 1 / 1986

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