Ratmansky’s Beauty Wakes Up – The New Yorker

Ratmansky's Beauty Wakes Up
The New Yorker
In the case of “The Sleeping Beauty,” there was plenty of archival material for him to stick his nose into, above all, two hundred and thirty pages of notation of the choreography, housed in the Harvard Theatre Collection. Executed in St. Petersburg

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