1. New Jorma Elo Ballet
The Boston Ballet’s resident choreographer is making his mark in New York—first with a City Ballet premiere this past June, now as ABT premieres his latest (and still unnamed) fusion of classical and contemporary dance.
2. Sinatra Suite
As Twyla Tharp’s Bob Dylan project gets rolling on Broadway, her earlier nod to an icon returns to the repertory for the first time in 22 years.
3. Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
Mark Morris’s 1988 work for twelve dancers, set to music by Virgil Thomson, revived for the first time.