FANCY THAT: In 1944, Jerome Robbins danced in the original cast of "Fancy Free" as a member of American Ballet Theatre. It was his first ballet as a choreographer, and the music was written by some guy named Leonard Bernstein. The story is about sailors on leave in New York City, and the ballet headlines the Boston Ballet program, which also includes Haraldcq Lander?s "Études" and Peter Martins's "Barber Violin Concerto." May 10 at 7:30 p.m. (through May 20). $25 and up. The Boston Opera House, 539 Washington St., Boston. 617-695-6955. www.bostonballet.orgText by June Wulff, Globe Staff
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