Dancers care a lot about their potential to "make it" in a dance career. But do you and your students define potential the same way? How you talk to dancers about their futures matters.
Platform 2015: Dancers, Buildings and People in the Streets Danspace Project New York, NY February 21, 2015 by Leigh Witchel copyright © 2015 by Leigh Witchel It’s hell being a yenta. For Danspace’s Platform 2015, Claudia La Rocco commemo-...Show More Summary
These photos by Rosalie O'Connor appeared in the Orange County Register today. A beautiful Lilac Fairy: Birthday party dress:
In a summer intensive world largely dominated by pointe work and pas de deux, it can be difficult for a dancer to find a program focused on a style other than ballet. So what are all of us jazz, tap, modern, hip hop and other dance lovers supposed to do? Find the answer here.
"m¡longa" Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and dancers New York City Center New York, NY February 26, 2015 by Marianne Adams copyright © 2015 by Marianne Adams Tango is said to be a dance of seduction and despair, but Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s tango-inspired “m¡longa” delves deeper. Show More Summary
“Romeo + Juliet” New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, New York February 22, 2015 By Michael Popkin Copyright © 2015 by Michael Popkin Peter Martins’ version of “Romeo + Juliet” was never particularly distinguished. Still,...Show More Summary
San Francisco Ballet Program 3 "Variations for Two Couples," "The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude," "Manifesto," "The Kingdom of the Shades" War Memorial Opera House San Francisco, CA February 24, 2015 by Rita Felciano copyright © Rita...Show More Summary
"Square Dance", "Harlequinade" New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, NY February 25, 2015 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2015 by Mary Cargill "Square Dance", Balanchine's witty salute to American folk dancing by way of European courts, is a dance of crisp and gracious symmetry gilding a warm center. Show More Summary
The revival of John Cranko’s dramatic Onegin may have just ended at the Royal Ballet, but the Bavarian State Ballet is up next, with a series... The post Onegin: a Photo Gallery II appeared first on The Ballet Bag.
How do I love you? Let me count the ways... Dancers adore pointe shoes and Corina Chan puts into words and verse exactly why we love them so.
In this series of five interviews, Jane Albert looks at the dancers who have made legendary reputations in the lead roles of Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake. Today we talk to Lucinda Dunn, The Australian Ballet’s longest-serving female principal artist, famous … Continue reading ?
In this series of five interviews, Jane Albert looks at the dancers who have made legendary reputations in the lead roles of Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake. Today we speak to Robert Curran, former principal artist and now artistic director of … Continue reading ?
Alex Hammoudi will replace James Whiteside as Prince Desire opposite Gillian Murphy's Aurora in the March 4th and March 8th evening performances of ABT's new Sleeping Beauty at the Segerstrom Center in Costa Mesa. Blaine Hoven will replace James Whiteside...
... the blistering hot talent in this one family. Tiler Peck will substitute for her sister-in-law, Megan Fairchild, on Broadway in performances of On the Town March 3rd, March 4th (both performances), March 14th (both performances), and March 15th. And...
ABT hasn't yet noticed that for the past four days the "Buy Tickets" links for its run of Sleeping Beauty at the Segerstrom Center =>>> have been broken on its own website calendar. Perhaps someone can give them a ring...
Before you take your next dance class, look over this giant list of dance class rules of etiquette. We cover everything from basic common sense to things only experienced dancers would know.
“Sleepy Hollow” The Washington Ballet Eisenhower Theater? The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts? Washington, D.C. February 20, 2015 by Ashley McKean copyright ©2015 by Ashley McKean Washington Ballet’s “Sleepy Hollow”—the...Show More Summary
"Square Dance", "Harlequinade" New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, NY February 18, 2015 by Carol Pardo Copyright ©2015 by Carol Pardo The New York City Ballet is being exceptionally generous in its programming of works by George Balanchine during the 2014-2015 season. Show More Summary
It’s a proud day for The Australian Ballet! After years of admiring the Melbourne-based artisan label Iggy & Lou Lou, we’re delighted to unveil our collaboration with them, inspired by our upcoming ballet Giselle. Using motifs drawn from the ballet … Continue reading ?
It’s fair to say Swan Lake was pivotal in your career? It was an interesting point in my career, when I was considering my future and whether to continue dancing. When the casting first went up I wasn’t even an … Continue reading ?