The series, “On Pointe,” marks the first time the famed 85-year-old Lincoln Center-based school will open its doors to cameras, allowing for access to its facility, classes, faculties and students.
According to Disney, “On Pointe” will capture a “year in the life” of the young students of the School of American Ballet (Sab). Shot in true vérité, observational style, “On Pointe” will follow Sab students through their audition process, training, and home and school lives, including their preparation for New York City Ballet’s annual performances of George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker,” on the Lincoln Center stage.
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For high school students, the series