Jerome Robbins at NYC Ballet
A look at Jerome Robbins's extraordinary body of work for New York City Ballet, which bridges Broadway and ballet like no other choreographer.
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A Brief History of Ballet: Here/Now Festival 2017
This very brief history of ballet begins in 1661 and continues through to the New York City Ballet’s Here/Now Festival. On view now, the festival amasses 43 ballets from 22 choreographers to display the NYCB’s unparalleled commitment to new work.