She’ll also use the space to help cultivate new choreographers, which will expand on her work with Context, a dance festival she initiated five years ago that will be in Moscow and St. Petersburg this November. She welcomed the Martha Graham Company in 2011 (its first time in Russia) and hopes to bring Ballet Theater this year. Ms. Vishneva, who recently spoke about her career in her dressing room, may need an infusion of New York City by then. Following are edited excerpts from the interview.
AMERICAN BALLET THEATER at the Metropolitan Opera (through July 8). The swans haven’t left the lake just yet: This weekend is your final chance to catch performances of “Swan Lake.” (And Saturday night, Misty Copeland is scheduled to dance.) Beginning Monday, another love story consumes Ballet Theater when John Cranko’s “Onegin,” based on Pushkin’s novel in verse, opens with Diana Vishneva in the first of her final two performances with the company.
It’s a sure sign that summer is looming when dancers are suddenly all over town, leaping across grassy parks and sandy beaches. The latest setting for moving bodies can be found among Josiah McElheny’s glass-tile sculptures in “Prismatic Park,” the outdoor public art project presented by Madison Square Park Conservancy’s Mad. Sq. Art. In “Desire Lines,” Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener create a two-week slate of improvisation that explores ideas about change and connection.
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