Tag: marcel dzama

We're Even More Excited for Justin Peck's New Ballet After This Interview

The buzz is certainly building around New York City Ballet soloist/resident choreographer Justin Peck‘s new ballet, The Most Incredible Thing. To say we’re excited for the premiere is an understatement—with every sneak peek of costumes, choreography and set design, the scale and detail of this production becomes more and more evident. And The New York Times’ recent profile of Peck […]

Happy #TutuTuesday! Love, Marcel Dzama and NYCB

Hey guys! Remember how, last week, we got a peek at the installation that madcap genius Marcel Dzama is creating for the New York City Ballet Art Series? Remember how we mentioned that Dzama is also doing the sets and costumes for Justin Peck’s first-ever narrative ballet, The Most Incredible Thing, which NYCB will premiere […]

NYCB's New Art Series Installation Looks Wonderfully Weird

How great is the New York City Ballet Art Series? Each winter, the company asks an artist (or artistic team) to create a dance-inspired installation for the Koch Theater’s grand promenade. Then it celebrates the often-amazing results with special Art Series performances featuring discounted tickets. Sound familiar? That’s because you were probably obsessed with JR’s […]