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PHOTOS: Boston Ballet's Gay Soloist John Lam

PHOTOS: Boston Ballet's Gay Soloist John Lam


The world-renowned dance company celebrates its 50th anniversary with a Lincoln Center engagement starring Vietnamese-American soloist John Lam.

The Boston Ballet will conclude its 50th season with a debut engagement at New York City's Lincoln Center.

Performances, which run Wednesday through Sunday at the David H. Koch Theater, include the New York premieres of Jose Martinez's Resonance and Alexander Ekman's Cacti. The program also features William Forsythe's The Second Detail, Vaslav Nijinsky's Afternoon of a Faun, George Balanchine's Symphony in Three Movements, Jorma Elo's Plan to B, and Jiri Kylian's Bella Figura.

Among the Boston Ballet company's brightest stars is soloist John Lam, a member of the troupe since 2003. A son of Vietnamese immigrants, Lam lives in Boston with his husband and their young son.

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See more photos of Lam in action below and on the next page.


John Lam in Yury Yanowsky's Li3


John Lam and Rie Ichikawa in Jioi Kylian's Petite Mort


John Lam in William Forsythe's The Second Detail


John Lam in William Forsythe's The Vile Parody of Address

Watch Lam speak about the Lincoln Center engagement in the video below.

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