Sprung on S.F.

In the sixth program of the season, San Francisco Ballet premieres Caprice, artistic director Helgi Tomasson's first new ballet since 2011's Trio. The abstract…

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Indian Spring

The May Ball happens in June, so why shouldn't the Rite of Spring be consigned to the same strange calendrical fate? Mark Morris, MacArthur…

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Ballet Sampler

We San Franciscans are experimental types, so if you’ve never given ballet a try, it’s about time you did. Three lauded names in contemporary…

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Tipple Time for Twinkletoes

Light in the loafers or bonkers for Balanchine, friends of Dorothy or freaks for Diaghilev: High art queens of any stripe need look no…

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Roasting A Chestnut

Most reviews of The Hard Nut can be paraphrased as follows: “OMG! OMG! This choreographer puts both men and women in the corps de…

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Dancing King

King Arthur might be a revered figure in British folklore, but in American choreographer Mark Morris” reworking of a pedantic 17th-century opera by composer…

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