Lines Ballet preview, SF Weekly

The Alonzo King Lines Ballet is a true San Francisco institution, not only because it has been around for nearly 30 years, but because it embodies the diversity of San Francisco in almost every aspect of its existence. Not too long after San Francisco Ballet’s Evelyn Cisneros, a Mexican woman, was still having to powder her skin white, Lines was proudly racially diverse. The music King choreographs to ranges from classical European to traditional Moroccan and Central African and more. His choreographic style combines classical ballet’s discipline and grace, as well as the primacy of the beautiful line (fittingly, considering the name) with flashes of athleticism and the wider gestural vocabulary of modern. (continue reading)

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