New York City Ballet (NYCB)'s The Seven Deadly Sins, features sets by Beowulf Boritt. “I hadn’t designed a dance piece before,” admits Boritt. “It was a bit overwhelming to have my first assignment right at the top of the field at NYCB, but I’ve been a fan of the company for years and seen a lot of its work, so I knew the basic rule: don’t clutter up the floor. But conceptually, I knew it needed to be abstracted somehow since it’s a story told by song and movement. That was what led to each ...

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