NEW YORK — The New York City Ballet’s Fall Gala is always one if the most fashionable event’s on the social calendar, and this year was also historic as choreographer made history as the first African American woman to choreograph for the New York City Ballet on the stage. Her work “Suspended Animation” premiered as part of the gala performance.
“I’m just feeling ecstatic,” Bell said. “I just feel overwhelmed with the sense of just joy and accomplishment with the dancers and all the work that we’ve put into the piece. It’s unbelievable.”
Many also came to have fun, including a group of long-time friends: stage and screen
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