Lunch and Learn: Survival Instinct: A Dancer’s Story Of Self-Reinvention, With Steven Caras

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Lunch and Learn: Survival Instinct: A Dancer’s Story Of Self-Reinvention, With Steven CarasKravis_Center_635x424Kravis Center for the Performing ArtsKRAVIS @ HOME"The President's Own" United States Marine Band
March 21, 2022 to March 21, 2022
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The Emmy Award-winning public television documentary STEVEN CARAS: SEE THEM DANCE recounts a boy’s daring journey at a time when men pursuing dance rarely escaped unscathed. Filmmaker Deborah Novak touches on this, leading to Caras’s extraordinary transition from youngest male dancer in Balanchine’s New York City Ballet to its ultimate image maker. In SURVIVAL INSTINCT, Caras boldly picks up where the documentary leaves off, revealing in more intimate detail milestones, setbacks and struggles with sexuality. Inspiring, profoundly moving, and wickedly funny, Caras’s talk will feature images of some of the greatest dancers the world has known.

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2022-03-21