Teresa Reichlen on the art of seduction in George Balanchine’s provocative work THE PRODIGAL SON.

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NYC Ballet Presents: HERE/NOW FESTIVAL. This very brief history of ballet takes us from 1661 right up to the Here/Now Festival,  

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Marika Anderson talks about her childhood love of Tschaikovsky and the important role of the corps in Balanchine’s one-act

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Silas Farley describes the thrill of performing in ballets he watched as a student at SAB, the one exception he will make for watching TV, and observing the transformation of his fellow dancers in the wings.

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Lauren Lovette discusses the liberating process of getting into the Novice character in Jerome Robbins’ experimental work THE CAGE.

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Gonzalo Garcia’s cat Gordo makes an appearance while the NYCB principal dancer discusses his favorite host on THE VIEW, his unusual path to joining the Company, and his love of 80s movies.

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Christopher Grant reminisces about getting his start in ballet, shares his perfect meal , and discusses the gift of performance.

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Rachel Hutsell on getting pumped up to Rocky, the moment of repose that opens EMERALDS, and the fictional character of her childhood dreams.

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Savannah Lowery on her favorite new hobby, the TV show she’s embarrassed to admit she watches, and ballet she has the most fun performing.

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Choreographer Justin Peck discusses his new take on Aaron Copland’s iconic RODEO: FOUR DANCE EPISODES, while Justin’s long-time collaborator, Taylor Stanley, talks about how Justin is challenging the Company’s male dancers in surprising new ways.

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Gala of the Stars 2014: Festival Ballet Theatre simultaneously attracts the best in professional dance to its home base while sending its own dancers out as artistic ambassadors to the world. FBT’s annual Gala of the Stars showcases internationally revered guest artists from prestigious dance companies throughout the world, FBT’s accomplished resident company dancers along […]

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In 1960, Patricia Neary was hand-picked by George Balanchine to be a dancer in New York City Ballet. After a truly exceptional career as one of Balanchine’s muses, Pat embarked on a new chapter in her life.

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The Nutcracker Ballet is a holiday tradition, but how did it begin? Dance Channel TV provides a colorful, detailed history of the origins of the Nutcracker as we know it today.

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In 1960, Patricia Neary was hand-picked by George Balanchine to be a dancer in New York City Ballet. During the course of her career Mr.B created two roles just for her: Rubies and Variations, and she would perform almost every ballerina role in the Balanchine repetoire. For the first time, Ms. Neary sits down on-camera […]

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