Why See New York City Ballet: Double Feature?
Double Feature is Susan Stroman's second ballet for New York City Ballet. She worked with NYCB last in June 1999 when she choreographed the Blossom Got Kissed movement of Duke! This work is Susan Stroman's first evening-long ballet and it features a cast of 60 dancers. It is an homage to the silent film era. The evening is a double bill up first is The Blue Necklace, a gripping melodrama about an unforgettable sacrifice. Next is Makin' Whoopee!, a raucous comedy that asks, "What would you do for seven million dollars?"
Opening night: 24 May 2012
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