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"Jeux:" New York City Ballet Plays the Game of Love
John Jay Scholar, writer, chocolate enthusiast, and lover of a...
It is this simplicity that feels too safe in Kim Brandstrup's premiere for New York City Ballet.
reminds you of Kurt Vonnegut's iconic line: "Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt."
First Nighter: Met's Second Cast
Has Chekhovian Flair
Writer, Drama Critic
The new cast of
, the season opener at the Met, has weighed in. Turns out -- hooray! -- they're a troupe of heavyweights, especially as conducted by debuting Alexander Vedernikov, who appears to have Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky deeply embedded in his DNA.
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