DIVE INTO THE
GREATEST BALLETS IN HISTORY

JOIN US ON THE THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
From 6-7pm EST

Join us for our newest virtual series Great Works! Over the next four months Artistic Director, Diane Coburn Bruning will be hosting a members only “ballet film club” featuring the most influential ballets in history. Participating members will be given a video link in the beginning of the month along with some historical background to watch and review.  Then on the third Thursday of the month, we will come together with Diane to discuss the ballet and its impact.

This is a members-only series for donors $100+

Questions? 202.499.2297

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UPCOMING

Thursday, April 22 from 6-7 PM
Discussing two works by Mikhail Baryshnikov:
The Turning Point and White Nights.
The Turning Point by Herbert Ross, starring Leslie Browne and Mikhail Baryshnikov
White Nights starring Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gregory Hines, 1985

PREVIOUS DISCUSSIONS

Thursday, March 18th 6 – 7pm Alvin Ailey’s Revelations
Alvin Ailey dancers perform in the “Move, Members, Move” section of Revelations, in 2011; Photo: Earl Gibson/AP.
Thursday, February 18 – Svadebka and Sinfonietta

Discussing Two Works by Jiří Kylián

Core Kroese and ensemble in performance of Svedebka; Choreography: Jiri Kylián; Photo: Joris Jan Bos
Ballet Nacional del Sodre in performance of Sinfonietta; Choreography: Jiri Kylián; Photo: Santiago Barreiro
Thursday, January 21 – Singin’ in the Rain (1952) BY GENE KELLY AND STANLEY DONEN
Photo from MGM
Thursday, January 14 – Four Temperaments (1946) by GEORGE Balanchine 
Photo by Rodrigo Cesar
Thursday, November 19 – Fancy Free (1944) by Jerome Robbins
Photo by Gene Schiavone/Boston Ballet
Thursday, October 15 – The Green Table (1933) By Kurt Jooss
Photo by Herbert Migdoll