Richard Poirier on ballet

Poirier, Richard
July 1974
New Republic;7/20/74, Vol. 171 Issue 3, p24
Entertainment Review
Provides information about the concept of "dybbuk" featured in a ballet choreographed by Jerome Robbins of the New York City Ballet. Definitions of the term; Analysis of the Robbins-Bernstein version of ballet presentation; Popularity of the shows "Romeo and Juliet," and "Wuthering Heights"; Comparisons of the presentation with other ballet performance; Overview of various ballets, including "In the Holy Place," "The Dream," "Exorcism," and others.


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