In a performance honoring the classical dance phenom Mikhail Baryshnikov, who was a star in this company until his defection in 1974, Kimin Kim takes on Misha’s super-technical, wise-cracking role in Tharp’s ballet of 1976, Push Comes to Shove, while Vladimir Shklyarov dances the young man who seeks oblivion in the arms of La Mort. —L.J.
Push Comes to Shove, by Twyla Tharp / Le Jeune Homme et la Mort, by Roland Petit
Mariinsky Ballet / St. Petersburg / Stage
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