To celebrate 50 years of dancing seasons Boston Ballet heads to New York City to perform challenging and visually intriguing ballets.
For their 2014 celebration at Lincoln Center, Boston Ballet will be performing The Second Detail by William Forsythe, Resonance by José Martinez, Cacti by Alexander Ekman, Symphony in Three Movements by George Balanchine, Afternoon of a Faun by Vaslav Nijinsky, Plan to B by Jorma Elo and Bella Figura by Jirí Kylián.
We spoke with Sarah Wroth, a dancer finishing up her eleventh season with Boston Ballet. Sarah began her training at the Frederick School of Classical Ballet in Frederick, Maryland, studying under Joyce Morrison. In 2003, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Ballet and Education from Indiana University and joined Boston Ballet where she also served as a teacher for Boston Ballet's School and adaptive program.
Sarah spoke with us about the preparations and performance excitement for the New York City 50th celebration of Boston Ballet.
Photo: Altan Dugaraa, Sarah Wroth, and Yury Yanowsky in Kylián’s Bella Figura; Photo by Gene Schiavone