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Robert Abrams
Eduardo Patino
Steven Montalvo
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The Mulberry Street Theater
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Ballet NY - Photos from the 2007 Season

by Robert Abrams, Eduardo Patino, Steven Montalvo
October 12, 2007
The Mulberry Street Theater
70 Mulberry Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
Ballet NY presented Vivaldian Chat (Encore) with choreography by Thaddeus Davis, music by JS Bach, Antonio Vivaldi and Thomas Newman, recorded by Yo Yo Ma (Cellist) and Bobby McFerrin (Vocals). The costumes were by Tanya Wideman Davis, lighting by David Grill. The dancers were Laura Feig and Sean Stewart.

William Soleau choreographed Table Games with music by Corelli and Original Music Collage, costumes by Timothy Alan Church, lighting by David Grill. The dancers were Laura Feig, Anitra N. Nurnberger, Kellye A. Saunders, Fidel Garcia, Ted Seymour and Brent Whitney.

Act II started with Replacements with choreography by Helen Heineman, music by Bun-Ching Lam, Sonny Robinson, "Pengwinz" (comprised of Shelby Gaines, Kareem Devlin), costumes by Timberlake Studios, lighting by David Grill, with the assistance of Thang Dao and Ian Thacker as staging assistants. The dancers were Anitra N. Nurnberger, Fidel Garcia and Brent Whitney.

The final number was Manny's Mission with choreography by Lisa de Ribère, music by Glenn Hartmann and Robert Wagner (song writers) performed by the New Orleans Klezmer Allstars and Girolamo Frescobaldi. Costumes were by Holly Hynes, and lighting by David Grill. The dancers were Anna Laghezza, Kellye A. Saunders, Dante D. Adela, Ted Seymour, Sean Stewart and Brent Whitney.

Point shoes for Miss Feig were generously provided by Freed of London.

The show was very enjoyable. I would see Ballet NY again.
Ballet NY's Anitra Nurnberger

Ballet NY's Anitra Nurnberger

Photo © & courtesy of Eduardo Patino

Ballet NY's Kellye Saunders

Ballet NY's Kellye Saunders

Photo © & courtesy of Steven Montalvo

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