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PNB at the Joyce: Wheeldon/Cerrudo/PeckOctober 8-12

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#1 Helene



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Posted 15 August 2014 - 11:48 AM

NYCB fans often anticipate seeing former NYCB dancers when they appear in NYC with PNB.  The company just tweeted:


Carla & Jerome perfectly off balance in the studios w/ @Justin_Peck http://bit.ly/1sJNftF



("Jerome" is Jerome Tisserand.)


Korbes was in the original cast of Wheeldon's "Tide Mercuric" and was featured in the central pas de deux with Josh Grant, whom some might recognize from his long stint with the Trocks. With a very short time to make the work, a second cast rehearsed, but only Maria Chapman performed after Korbes was injured first weekend.  There were just a few cast changes in the Cerrudo second weekend.  Renko had a small role in the Cerrudo, but none of the other NYCB people performed in the Wheeldon or Cerrudo in Seattle.  I don't expect single casts for the Joyce, with seven performances in five days, and we still don't know how big the Peck ballet is, so you may see others, plus other dancers you may have seen last year at City Center and at the recent Works & Process presentations, live or streamed.

#2 sandik


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Posted 15 August 2014 - 03:38 PM

The new Peck is to music of George Antheil, with one principal couple, two demi couples and an ensemble of six.  If I'm reading my notes correctly...

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