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January 25, 1999
Tarnished Silver

In its fiftieth-anniversary re-creation of Balanchine's best works, the New York City Ballet leaves out an essential ingredient: imagination.

January 4, 1999
Belles Lettres

"Lettres d'Amour" is the striking, titillating highlight of the new Alvin Ailey season.

January 4, 1999
Ballett Frankfurt
December 14, 1998
Stardust Memories

The New York City Ballet's fiftieth anniversary stirs thoughts of the days of Balanchine and illustrious dancers past.

November 23, 1998
Happy Anniversary

For Lar Lubovitch, 30 turns out to be really something; at the City Center, Twyla Tharp comes down firmly on the side of the cerebral.

August 24, 1998
House Rules

Susan Marshall introduces a moving new piece, Brooklyn-bound later this year, at Jacob's Pillow.

August 24, 1998
Remembering Jerome Robbins
August 3, 1998
In Brief: the Hamburg Ballet

The Hamburg Ballet and its beloved choreographer have trouble translating.

August 3, 1998
Prussian Roulette

The Stuttgart Ballet hedges its bets, sticking to proven crowd-pleasers.

July 20, 1998
Mixed Medium

Mark Morris leaves audiences searching for a message in his brand new "Medium" -- but wows them with the great "Dido and Aeneas."

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