By Joshua Barone and Sopan Deb
28 August 2018
New York City Ballet — three weeks from its fall season and still reeling from the departure of its longtime leader, Peter Martins — said on Tuesday that three male principals, Chase Finlay, Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catazaro, would not be performing in the coming season.
In a statement, Charles W. Scharf, chairman of the City Ballet board, said the company had several weeks ago “received a letter alleging inappropriate communications made via personal text and email by three members of the company.” The letter did not come from someone in the company, and the communications were “personal in nature.” But, after an investigation, the company “determined that each man had violated the norms of conduct that New York City Ballet expects from its employees.”
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