Opening Theatrically Tomorrow — “Reset,” Which Documents The Intimate Creation Of A Work Of Art


January 12, 2017 — Reset documents the creation of the ballet “Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward,” an intricate, abstract and inventive ballet, choreographed by Benjamin Millepied, who had been named Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet, the oldest ballet company in the world. The piece would be  shown at the company’s first fund-raising gala after the appointment of Millepied, who was expected to infuse the highly-respected but staid company with a fresh new perspective.

The ballet is a beautiful, fluid creation, a triumph of interlacing movements and rhythms.

Reset allows viewers to experience the creation of a work of art. Benjamin Millepied, one of the foremost choreographers of his time, took over as Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet, the oldest ballet company in the world. His first work was “Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward,” an intricate, abstract and inventive ballet shown at the 2015 gala at the magnificent Palais Garnier. The gala raised 3 times the amount of  money that any previous gala ever had. Reset allows the viewer to experience the process through which this charismatic and fascinating choreographer created this work.

Reset, which documents the creation of beauty, opens theatrically tomorrow; check here for theaters and times.


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