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Venue: Lincoln Center, New York City

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Address165 W. 65th Street
New York City
NY 10023
United States
ContainsLincoln Center, Rose Building: Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio
Alice Tully Hall
Clark Studio Theater
David Geffen Hall
David H Koch Theater
Fordham University, 12th Floor Lounge
Metropolitan Opera House
New York State Theater
Stanley H Kaplan Penthouse
Walter Reade Theater
Google maps40° 46' 26.830" N 73° 59' 2.841" W
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Radiant cast almost awakens Ratmansky's Sleeping Beauty

Cassandra Trenary in The Sleeping Beauty © John Grigaitis
If the audience response was not very enthusiastic, it's because Ratmansky's Sleeping Beauty four years after its premiere still comes across as more of a museum piece than a living, breathing ballet. This is a Beauty that never really wakes up.
****1
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Christine Shevchenko becomes ABT's reigning swan

James Whiteside and Christine Shevchenko in Swan Lake © Gene Schiavone
Kevin McKenzie's production of Swan Lake at ABT usually has little to commend it, but Christine Shevchenko's Odette/Odile is the real deal. 
****1
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Wildly offensive, but wildly entertaining too: ABT's Le Corsaire

Skylar Brandt in Le Corsaire © Rosalie O’Connor
Perhaps ABT's disclaimer in the program notes should have simply said: "When you watch Le Corsaire, prepare to be both offended and entertained. We hope you'll be more entertained than offended."
****1
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ABT's damp, dreary Jane Eyre disappoints

Devon Teuscher and James Whiteside © Gene Schiavone
If you love Jane Eyre, stick to the novel. There's more female empowerment in those pages than in Cathy Marston's choreography.
**111
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ABT pays tribute to a ballet maverick

The Brahms-Haydn Variations © Marty Sohl
As the wonderful Tharp trio program proves, all these years later Twyla Tharp can still make ballet look cool.
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Teresa Reichlen (Titania) © Paul Kolnik
Yet the audience loved it, just as they love every performance of A Midsummer's Night DreamI've ever attended. This ballet is a tribute to Shakespeare, a tribute to love, a tribute to dance. One walks out feeling as if one's "soul is in the sky."
****1
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Jaap van Zweden conducts the New York Philharmonic © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack
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Summer from The Seasons © Marty Sohl
The Seasons is overstuffed, uneven and way too busy. There are so many steps, but they rarely made me "see the music". It was a frustrating ballet, with so many lovely moments that were less than the sum of its parts.
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