Dancers perform “Fancy Free,” which recreates Jerome Robbins’ choreography for the 1944 premiere and is the opening part of Charlotte Ballet’s “Fall Works” program.
Dancers perform “Fancy Free,” which recreates Jerome Robbins’ choreography for the 1944 premiere and is the opening part of Charlotte Ballet’s “Fall Works” program. Courtesy of Charlotte Ballet
Dancers perform “Fancy Free,” which recreates Jerome Robbins’ choreography for the 1944 premiere and is the opening part of Charlotte Ballet’s “Fall Works” program. Courtesy of Charlotte Ballet

Review: ‘Fall Works’ is good news for Charlotte Ballet dancers — and for us

October 11, 2018 12:58 PM