#TBT: Cynthia Harvey in Don Quixote

#TBT: Cynthia Harvey in Don Quixote

Ballet is nothing without technique, but when a performance is accompanied by nothing more than that, it loses its allure. Not so in this 1983 clip of American Ballet Theatre’s Cynthia Harvey in Don Quixote. Here, she’s a breath of fresh air, striking the...
In The Wings: Alison Stroming

In The Wings: Alison Stroming

Alison Stroming’s teachers invariably describe her as “modest”—while recounting accomplishments that give her every reason to have an ego. Shrinking violets aren’t cast, as Stroming was last April, as one of the three shades in the...
Dancer Spotlight: Delicate Dynamism

Dancer Spotlight: Delicate Dynamism

When American Ballet Theatre offered Katherine Williams a place in its corps, she had no idea how big a transition lay ahead. Williams’ long line, liquid-smooth control and elegant port de bras had helped her advance quickly from student at the Jacqueline...
Ballet's Tomorrow

Ballet's Tomorrow

Creating dances specifically for film has become one of the most effective ways that ballet companies have connected with audiences and kept dancers employed during the pandemic. Around the world, dance organizations are finding opportunities through digital seasons,...
Celebrating the JKO School

Celebrating the JKO School

American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School has come a long way in the short decade since it was founded. So far, in fact, that it’s part of a select group of schools invited to perform at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow as part of the...

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