Posts Tagged: Sara Mearns

In Bloom: New York City Ballet’s Spring Gala

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet galas can be disheartening affairs — miscellaneous collections of orphaned pas de deux, presented with little concern for programming beyond projecting the least interesting, “ta-da” aspects of ballet to the (not actually)

In Bloom: New York City Ballet’s Spring Gala

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet galas can be disheartening affairs — miscellaneous collections of orphaned pas de deux, presented with little concern for programming beyond projecting the least interesting, “ta-da” aspects of ballet to the (not actually)

Wheeldon’s Wonders at New York City Ballet

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] It’s never fun to be late to the party, especially a party thrown by the New York City Ballet and Christopher Wheeldon. I missed the premiere of the company’s first “All Wheeldon” program,

Wheeldon’s Wonders at New York City Ballet

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] It’s never fun to be late to the party, especially a party thrown by the New York City Ballet and Christopher Wheeldon. I missed the premiere of the company’s first “All Wheeldon” program,

New York City Ballet, Beginning with Balanchine

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet lovers (and dancers) know it well: the Nutcracker threshold, that moment in early January when another visit to the Land of Sweets might kill you. But New Yorkers are lucky: They have

New York City Ballet, Beginning with Balanchine

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet lovers (and dancers) know it well: the Nutcracker threshold, that moment in early January when another visit to the Land of Sweets might kill you. But New Yorkers are lucky: They have