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‘Nutcracker’ Time: Canned Music or the Real Deal?

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America, that Nutcracker nation, is once again in top gear coast to coast cranking out versions of Tchaikovsky’s iconic old world ballet. Chances are...

Ratmansky ‘Nutcracker’ for ABT Redefines a Classic

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American Ballet Theatre's 'Nutcracker' choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky does a sure-handed job at knocking the classical edges off the last of the Petipa and...

Adult Ballet: 5 Reasons You Should Try It

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Ballet is not just for little girls anymore. Grown women (and men) across the country are flocking to local dance schools and studios to...

Legacy ‘Nutcrackers’: Some Survive, Others Fall by the Wayside

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Americans have a compulsive fascination with ‘The Nutcracker’. Originally a Russian Imperial Ballet, it is now danced here in U.S. more than in any...