NYCB Is (Still) Taking Over Broadway

Justin Peck

Is there any stopping Justin Peck? In less than a decade, the 29-year-old New York City Ballet soloist and resident choreographer has made over 30 ballets, quickly becoming one of the world’s most sought-after dancemakers. Now he can add another milestone to the list: Broadway. This week, The New York Times reported that Peck will choreograph the Broadway revival ofMore »

Watch Tiler and Robbie in the Studio

Tiler Peck and Robert Farichild are making a special guest appearance in the New York Philharmonic’s presentation of Carousel this weekend. To build anticipation, the company just posted some footage of the dancers rehearsing in the studio with choreographer Warren Carlyle. It’s amazing to watch how quickly and fully Peck transforms into her character. Check it out here.

Making a Role Your Own

When Christopher Wheeldon made Carousel (A Dance) for New York City Ballet seven years ago, Seth Orza was in the corps dancing a merry-go-round horse. Later, he graduated to a demi-soloist role and became a man. This year, now a soloist at Pacific Northwest Ballet, Orza performed the lead, Billy. Short on patience and luck,More »