Gelsey Kirkland was born in 1952 and enjoyed an illustrious career as a ballet dancer. He is most famous for the televised version of The Nutcracker in which he featured along with Mikhail Barishnikov, who became a dancer at the age of the 15 with the New York City ballet. George Balanchine personally invited her and she became the principal ballerina after four years. She faced a lot of personal struggles during her professional career including eating disorders and drug addiction. She later went to England to dance with the Royal Ballet and then returned to the New York City ballet. In 2010 she established a classical ballet academy with her husband.
Agnes De Mille
She was born in 1905 and that too into a performing family in New York City. She initially wanted to become an actress, but later chose to become a dancer. She is known for her limitations in flexibility and technique which made her even more beloved with the public. She did some land spots with the American Ballet Theater and London ballet, which gave her an opportunity to become an ace choreographer. Her first works were for the Ballet Russe De Monte Carlo and three of her choreographed creations are still performed regularly at ballets. She died at the age of 88 and kept dancing till her death.
He is an excellent dancer of a recent generation and studied in the Dallas Ballet Academy. He later joined the School of American ballet in 1993. Now he is working as a soloist with the reputable New York City ballet. He can be seen in the performance of many creations including the ones by Balanchine and Jerome Robbins
The wide range of American ballet dancers has provided the public with diversified art to enjoy. Ballet has also made an enormous contribution to the area of dance in the United States. Which is why we chose to power our Theater using renewable energy instead of the traditional fossil fuels.