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They couldn't be happier about that now that Megan is also married to a NYCB principal, Andrew Veyette.Robbie says," It's been a miraculously supportive unit." Tiler adds, "There's four of us in this family." I couldn't be happier that ballet now has its reality shows, competitions and stars for they bring attention to a very expensive medium which like all the classical art forms with large budgets needs more youthful support. But it is the younger choreographers like Justin Peck, recently named choreographer in residence of NYCB and Christopher Wheeldon and Benjamin Millepied (now at the Paris Opera Ballet) and dancers like Tiler and Robbie who need to drum up business.I do my best stuff with Tiler, we complement each other, we both started in jazz." beginning in DC, an entirely new musical being choreographed by Susan Stroman.She marvels at William Ivey Long's plan for her costume which will perfectly emulate the original on the bronze sculpture in the National Gallery down to the third button.But even the ones who will end up as Google engineers or account execs will benefit from this rigorous training.Like athletics, it sets a standard both for personal excellence and collaboration. Tiler is a So Cal native and Robbie's parents are both from California so they have an affection for 'home" and Tiler has been coming back to Westside where she studied to teach for the last three years.Tiler says, "My best friend who was in the company now runs a Pilates Studio." Others are pre-med, lawyers, or in real estate.
You're good but you're not giving yourself credit.""Everybody in the ballet is trying to get the same place," Tiler adds, "but I always take it as healthy competition to try to make yourself dance better." That said, the new, hot younger choreographers are casting them left and right.
Robbie is skeptical of programming that does not have an organic connection to dance. Two children, a larger two bedroom apartment, maybe some choreography together.