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Designers Of The Dance

The program takes viewers behind the scenes to learn about the work and process that go into making a ballet great, and features stunning performances of five unique dance pieces.

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Credit: Courtesy of Alexandra Dalsbaek

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Credit: Courtesy of Alexandra Dalsbaek

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Credit: Courtesy of Alexandra Dalsbaek

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Principal Bolshoi Ballet Dancers Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" Pas de Deux in Moscow at the Bolshoi Theatre Studios with Mikhail Lavrovsky, Ballet Master with the Bolshoi Ballet and son of "Romeo and Juliet" choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.

Credit: Courtesy of Alexandra Dalsbaek

"Romeo and Juliet" performed by Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov of the Bolshoi Theatre. Choreographed by Leonid Lavrovsky.

"Romeo and Juliet" performed by Evgenia Obraztsova and Vladislav Lantratov of the Bolshoi Theatre. Choreographed by Leonid Lavrovsky.

Credit: Courtesy of Gene Schiavone

"Lieder" performed by Melissa Hamilton and Eric Underwood of The Royal Ballet. Choreographed by Alastair Marriott.

"Lieder" performed by Melissa Hamilton and Eric Underwood of The Royal Ballet. Choreographed by Alastair Marriott.

Credit: Courtesy of Gene Schiavone

"Diving into the Lilacs" by Maria Kochetkova and Gennadi Nedvigin of the San Francisco Ballet. Choreographed by Yuri Possokhov.

"Diving into the Lilacs" by Maria Kochetkova and Gennadi Nedvigin of the San Francisco Ballet. Choreographed by Yuri Possokhov.

Credit: Courtesy of Gene Schiavone

"Othello, Act III Pas de Deux" performed by Julie Kent and Marcelo Gomes of the American Ballet Theatre. Choreographed by Lar Lubovitch.

"Othello, Act III Pas de Deux" performed by Julie Kent and Marcelo Gomes of the American Ballet Theatre. Choreographed by Lar Lubovitch.

Credit: Courtesy of Gene Schiavone

"Nutcracker Pas de Deux" by Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside of the American Ballet Theatre. Choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky.

"Nutcracker Pas de Deux" by Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside of the American Ballet Theatre. Choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky.

Credit: Courtesy of Gene Schiavone

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