Unbound Live

A behind-the-scenes look at Unbound rehearsals, broadcast live from our studios.

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 Unbound LIVE, a series of broadcasts live from our studios, takes you behind the scenes to meet the choreographers and get an early look at their ballets. You can watch recordings of Unbound LIVE broadcasts below or on our Facebook video page.


July 26 
Watch highlights from our first Unbound LIVE, featuring excerpts from new ballets by choreographers Edwaard Liang, Arthur Pita, and Stanton Welch

August 18 
Watch highlights from Unbound LIVE featuring choreographers Justin Peck, Myles Thatcher, and Christopher Wheeldon

September 8 
Featuring choreographers Alonzo King, Cathy Marston, and Trey McIntyre 

October 5

World Ballet Day LIVE
Featuring choreographers David DawsonAnnabelle Lopez Ochoa, and Dwight Rhoden 

What Will I See in Unbound LIVE?

Our live streams give you a behind-the-scenes look at ballets being created for next spring's Unbound: A Festival of New Works, featuring both interviews and excerpts of choreography. These ballets aren't yet finished, so in our live streams of rehearsals they won’t have costumes, sets, or lights. You may even notice choreographers changing the choreography on the fly.
This is the creation process—exciting, inventive, and unexpected. Come take a look.


We've selected our favorite moments from our first two Unbound LIVE broadcasts. Watch now to see excerpts from the new ballets for this festival and choreographer interviews.  

Unbound LIVE with Stanton Welch, Edwaard Liang, and Arthur Pita

Unbound LIVE with Christopher Wheeldon, Myles Thatcher, and Justin Peck

Unbound LIVE with Trey McIntyre, Cathy Marston, and Alonzo King

April 27–29, 2018
Boundless: A Symposium on Ballet’s Future

Join us for three days of lectures, panels, and receptions. We’ll explore how issues around choreography, diversity, and technology are shaping ballet’s future.

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unbound on Screen

We’re matching four Unbound choreographers with film directors to create four short dance films inspired by their new ballets.

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