May 21, 2020
"I was obsessed with that taped Baryshnikov Don Quixote show at the Met. So I was definitely trying to be Kitri for many hours as a kid." —American Ballet Theatre principal Stella Abrera on the role that got away
What might socially distanced performances look like? How do we adapt problematic classic musicals for modern audiences? CBS is replacing the Tonys broadcast with what? Plus, "quantum ballerina" Dr. Merritt Moore adds her voice to our social disDancing series. Listen to this week's episode of The Dance Edit Podcast now on Apple PodcastsSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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An especially breathtaking #TBT of Marymount Manhattan College’s Kamryn Vaulx ’20 performing Suspension, choreographed by May O’Donnell in 1943.
(Rosalie O’Connor, courtesy Marymount Manhattan)

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