Misty Copeland, James Whiteside
Principal Dancer Marcelo Gomes discovers inspiration for his Company Premiere in Tchaikovsky's Souvenir de Florence, the composer's glorious tribute to the gracious melodies and carefree brightness of Italian lyricism.
The work consists of four movements, the first of which was premiered by American Ballet Theatre as Aftereffect in 2013 at the David H. Koch Theater.
Choreography by: Marcelo Gomes
Music by: Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
Set by: Françoise Gilot
Costumes by: Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung
The Green Table
Considered the most powerful antiwar statement ever devised for dance, this indisputable masterpiece opens at a diplomatic conference around a table covered with regulation green cloth, followed by vivid tableaux of the futility of war.
Choreography by: Kurt Jooss
Staged by: Jeanette Vondersaar
Repetiteur: Claudio Schellino
Music by: F.A. Cohen
Costumes by: Hein Heckroth, Masks by Hermann Markard
Lighting by: Hermann Markard, Lighting Directed by Brad Fields