Mar 06, 2016

Fleet of Foot - The New Yorker

Because of dance’s ephemeral nature, it has a fraught relationship with the past. Some choreographers resist the tug of tradition; others eagerly look back in an attempt to better understand notions like style. The choreographer Alexei Ratmansky is an unusual mix: an artist of abundant imagination who also pays loving homage to the past. In his seven years as resident choreographer at American...

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