American Ballet Theatre: A History
Formidable strength, painstaking precision and ethereal grace combine beautifully in ballet, the glittering queen of dance. Among its reigning monarchs is the American Ballet Theatre, and in this documentary made for the ABT's 75th anniversary, award-winning director Ric Burns delves into the New York City-based company's rich history, from its earliest days as a small, financially struggling collective to its position at the top of the ballet world.
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