ROBERT CARTER a.k.a. OLGA SUPPHOZOVA
He's the "hefty yet delicate" "master of female technique" "making multiple pirouettes look like child's play." Meet Robert Carter, known to audiences the world over as Olga Supphozova . . .
David was promoted to Principal in May 2005. His roles with the Company include the Boy in Afternoon of a Faun, the title role in Apollo, Solor in La Bayadère, Prince Charming in Cinderella, Conrad in Le Corsaire, Basilio and Espada in Don Quixote, Oberon in The Dream . . .
Meet Sara Mearns, principal dancer with The New York City Ballet,
who exemplifies everything I consider most important about ballet
dancing. She moves from her spine, constantly twisting and stretching,
creating movements and lines which completely fill the stage . . .
Gillian's repertoire with the ABT includes Polyhymnia in Apollo, Nikiya and Gamzatti in La Bayadère, Cinderella in Cinderella, Swanilda in Coppélia, Medora and Gulnare in Le Corsaire, Kitri in Don Quixote, Titania in The Dream, the Accused in Fall River Legend . . .
Meet Wendy Whelan, the glamorous Principal Dancer of The New York City Ballet, who dances with silken elegance and pin-point precision. Her performances are riveting, stunning, luminous. She never fails to deliver.
As predicted, Michele has come a long way and was promoted to Principal Dancer in 2005. Her roles with the Company include Polyhymnia in Apollo, Gamzatti and a Shade in La Bayadère, the Fairy Godmother and the Winter Fairy in Ben Stevenson's Cinderella, Aurora in Coppélia . . .