Chris Schlichting’s “Stripe Tease” Solange MacArthur Studio Theater American Dance Institute Rockville, Maryland October 3, 2015 by George Jackson © 2015 by George Jackson A set starting point and a final stop are among the traits of “Stripe Tease”, which lasts one hour. Show More Summary
Congratulations to Eliot Feld's Ballet Tech NYC Public School for Dance whose 4th Graders shown brightly in the latest round of New York State standardized English and Math testing. Out of 743 elementary schools tested, Ballet Tech ranked 15th in...
When Balanchine was still alive and in the several years following his death, it was pretty much universally agreed that people didn’t care for most of the choreography by Peter Martins. Some were even not very nice when saying so.....
"Liebeslieder Walzer", "Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3" New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, NY October 1, 2015 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2015 by Mary Cargill For its first non-gala program of the Fall New York City Ballet...Show More Summary
"Cinderella" Mariinsky Ballet Cal Performances, Zellerbach Hall Berkeley, CA October 1, 2015 by Rita Felciano © 2015 by Rita Felciano What an odd work Alexander Ratmansky's 2002 "Cinderella" is. If you expected Disney-type romance at its West Coast premiere at Cal Performances opening of this year's dance season, you might have been in disappointed. Show More Summary
First some atmosphere from last night. It seems that there was a little bit of a South Pacific theme in play: Over the past few seasons we have learned to self-manage our expectations for the new choreography presented at NYCB...
From September 24-October 4, 2015, Houston Ballet presents its Fall Mixed Repertory Program featuring Stanton Welch’s Tapestry, Christopher Bruce’s Ghost Dances, and Garrett Smith’s Reveal. Here to discuss this exciting contemporary showcase program and share her experience is Soloist Nao Kusuzaki. Show More Summary
Every August when London dims, Edinburgh calls, promising nothing less than ‘the greats of the arts’ at the International Festival.… The post Martian moves appeared first on The Spectator.
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English ballet erupted out of the second world war in the hands of the rival choreographers Frederick Ashton and Robert… The post Ballet’s battle royal appeared first on The Spectator.