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New York CityNew Combinations

Dancigers, Ligeti
Justin Peck; Christopher Wheeldon; Alexei Ratmansky; New York City Ballet; New York City Ballet Orchestra

San FranciscoProgram 3: Dance Innovations

Edwaard Liang; Trey McIntyre; Harald Lander; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

New York CityClassic NYCB II

Ravel, Nyman
Jerome Robbins; Justin Peck; Christopher Wheeldon; New York City Ballet; New York City Ballet Orchestra

Costa MesaABT on tour: Alexei Ratmansky World PremiereWorld premiere

New Work
Alexei Ratmansky; American Ballet Theatre

San FranciscoProgram 5: Ballet Accelerator

Bach, Bosso
Helgi Tomasson; Cathy Marston; David Dawson; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra
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An alluring Common Ground

Shuaib Elhassan (with company members) in Common Ground © Chris Hardy
Abstract ballet always asks the question of meaning, and Alonzo King Lines Ballet is one of the few companies that answers that question with existential exactness. 
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A feast of virtuosi dances

Shut Eye © Rahi Rezvani
Shut Eye (Lightfoot & León) is like an alternating current. Woke Up Blind (Goecke) is entertaining and vulnerable. Pite's work hits the rythmic nail on the head. You want to freeze-frame Pite's dancers, snap a picture and hang it on the wall.
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Men in Motion

Anton Lukovkin © Elliot Franks
Outstanding examples of men dancing are book-ended by two new works that are badly misjudged as a means of entertainment 
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A Millepied première at ABT

Scene from I Feel The Earth Move © Rosalie O’Connor
There is some good dancing in Benjamin Millepied's I Felt the Earth Move but it missed the mark as far as emotional content is concerned.
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A Voyage of Discovery with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Jacqueline Burnett, Alicia Delgadillo and David Schultz © Todd Rosenberg
The powerful and appealing Hubbard Street contemporary dancers took audiences on a journey through the innards of Chicago's Harris Theater, in an 'immersive' experience choreographed and creative-directed by Peter Chu.  
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