The show ends with no song and no dance, only a spoken judgment from Maria and a funeral march as the Jets and Sharks carry Tony's body from the stage. Jerome Robbins and the Role of Dance. Their mesmerizing waltz ends in a kiss, only lips touching, as the swirl--and battles--of the dance around them soon puncture their world. They jump skyward and then slither slowly to the floor, energy now tightly bound. Jerome Robbins's Notes for the Somewhere ballet. The two stare, and then begin moving together, in sync but not touching. At the "Dance at the Gym," Tony and Maria see each other--and stand still.
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