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American Ballet Theatre presents "The Nutcracker," American Christmas Cards at Bard Graduate Center, holiday tunes at Carnegie Hall, and more.

ABT returns to New York City Center, the dark beauty of tango haunts Jazz at Lincoln Center, and leading playwrights take a stand for gay marriage in this week's NYC ARTS recommendations.

The chance to go beyond the American Ballet Theatre proscenium, a nine-day festival of 21st century music and more on this week's arts and culture check-list.

American Ballet Theatre's new production of "The Bright Stream," a bracing, high-spirited ballet by Alexei Ratmansky, feels refreshing for several reasons.

Perfection is a dangerous word, especially when applied to a subjectively perceived art like ballet. But there is no doubt that it applies to ABT's "Giselle" as performed by Diana Vishneva and Marcelo Gomes on May 27.

Picasso's muse, Moroccan music, Liz Taylor and Norman Jewison restrospectives, and more.

During ABT‘s Tuesday night program of classic repertory, Hee Seo slipped and fell in the middle of Allegro Brillante, landing on her side and bent elbow; she was fine. It was a mistake, but it was also awesome. To fall, you are probably dancing unselfconsciously and full out. It also reminds us of the risk [...]

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, so they say. So it is with ABT, which instead of two weeks at City Center this fall, did a handful of performances last week at Avery Fisher Hall. Making it perhaps even worse is seeing just one show, a reminder of how special their fall seasons can be, [...]

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