New York City Ballet’s 2018 Spring Season runs through June 3rd. The centerpiece of this season is “Robbins 100,” a celebration of Jerome Robbins, New York City Ballet’s co-founding choreographer. This special program, running for three weeks, will feature 20 works created by Robbins. Among its highlights are performances of “Fancy Free,” “The Cage,” and “Glass Pieces.”
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NEW YORK CITY BALLET 2018 SPRING SEASON RUNS THROUGH JUNE 3rd.
THE CENTER PIECE OF THE SEASON IS ROBYNN AS 100.
A CELEBRATION OF JEROME ROBYNNS NEW YORK CITY BALLET'S COFOUNDING COREOGRAPHER.
THE SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR THREE WEEKS FEATURE 20 WORKS CREATED BY ROBYNNS.
AMONG THE HIGHLIGHTS ARE PERFORMANCELESS OF FANCY FREE, THE CAGE, AND GLASS PIECES.
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