New York City Ballet: Robbins/Bernstein Centennial
SPAC’s New York City Ballet Gala will honor the centennial celebration of the birth of both Jerome Robbins and Leonard Bernstein. The evening will feature two of Robbins’ own celebrated works, as well as Justin Peck’s spring 2018 ballet, inspired by Robbins and set to a Bernstein score. The centerpiece of the summer soirée will be the finale performance and SPAC Premiere of a new piece, "Something to Dance About" directed by Tony Award-winning choreographer and director Warren Carlyle, which will celebrate a medley of Broadway choreography by Jerome Robbins.
Four Seasons (Verdi/Robbins)
New Peck (Spring 2018) (Bernstein/Peck)
Other Dances (Chopin/Robbins)
Something to Dance About (Bernstein, Bock, Gould, Rodgers, and Styne / Robbins, directed by Carlyle)