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NYTB at Florence Gould Hall, Apr. 17-26, 2009

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NYTB celebrates its 30th Anniversary season with the premiere of Dance/Speak: The Life of Agnes de Mille, a dance-drama which tells the story of choreographer Agnes de Mille's struggle for success in the American theater.

Through the use of narration, dramatic interpretation and de Mille dances, Dance/Speak reveals Miss de Mille's childhood influences, early attempts as a solo artist, and her eventual success as a groundbreaking theatrical innovator known throughout the world for her choreography during the golden age of musical theater, along with her incalculable contribution to ballet.

Dance/Speak includes dances from her Broadway musicals - Oklahoma!, Carousel, Brigadoon, Bloomer Girl and One Touch of Venus as well as selected portions of her ballets - Debut at the Opera, Three Virgins and A Devil, Fall River Legend, and Rodeo.

All performances at

Florence Gould Hall

55 East 59th Street

212.355.6160 (Info)

April 17-18, 24-25

General Tickets: $26

Students/Seniors: $21

(includes a $1 Gould Hall facility fee)

Purchase Tickets

Dance/Speak: The Life of Agnes de Mille was made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts American Masterpieces: Dance Initiative, administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts.

Cinderella ~ A Favorite of NYTB Audiences!


April 18 & 25 | 11 am & 1 pm

April 19 & 26 | 11 am & 1 pm & 3:30 pm

Enter the enchanted world of the timeless fairy tale Cinderella at NYTB's hour-long performance.

Danced with style and humor, this Cinderella is an ideal way to introduce children to ballet, and it is guaranteed to bring a smile to teens and adults as well.

Order Tickets Today!

Or call 212.679.0401 for more information, and to place your order over the phone.

Performances at Florence Gould Hall, 55 East 59th Street, NYC.

NYTB offers a discount of 10% off to groups of 10 or more to any of our productions. Call the NYTB office for details, 212-679-0401.

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