“As I Remember It” Carmen de Lavallade Terrace Theatre The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC October 29, 2014 by George Jackson © 2014 by George Jackson Watching a beautiful woman is always a pleasure! Carmen de Lavallade walks with a pride that she sometimes winks at. Show More Summary
Real men wear pink gloves. And plenty of Wildroot cream-oil on the hair. "It has a subtle talc scent that blends well with other manly smells,” you may recall. Both were important tools for Herman Cornejo’s Peruvian who was trying.....
The words 'costume season' can send chills down a studio owner's spine. If (or when) something goes wrong with your dance costume order, follow these tips when dealing with a costume company's customer service department.
“Kontakthof” Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch Theater BAM Howard Gilman Opera House New York, NY October 24, 2014 by Martha Sherman copyright © 2014 by Martha Sherman “Kontakthof” is laced with humor and humanity, but it is the dark side of human relationships that pack the more powerful punch in Pina Bausch’s classic dance hall masterwork. Show More Summary
The A-List Classical Crew of the Mariinsky is bringing its big Swan Lake to Brooklyn. Whodathunkit? Well, Haglund will fold up his legs in a bow tie in those cramped little seats at BAM if need be to watch Lopatkina...
At about 35 sec. into this very short clip from the early 1990s, the retirees are standing on opposite sides of the barre. Miss the voice. Miss the gift. Sometime ago the Buenos Aires Herald ran an interview with one...
Mixed bills are very appealing to regular ballet-goers: they provide the chance to see a wide variety of pieces, often pairing new work with rarities, and they showcase the full... The post Birmingham Royal Ballet in London: Shadows of War appeared first on The Ballet Bag.
The 40th anniversary revival of Manon continues at The Royal Ballet. The ballet’s final performances will be marked by Carlos Acosta’s debut in the role of... The post Manon: a Photo Gallery appeared first on The Ballet Bag.
“Sinfonietta,” “With A Chance Of Rain,” “Thirteen Diversions” American Ballet Theatre David H. Koch Theater New York, New York October 24, 2014 by Michael Popkin copyright © 2014 by Michael Popkin “All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players” has a corollary: that every theatrical work is a separate world upon the stage. Show More Summary
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has produced some of America's most enduring dance works. Learn the facts every dancer should know about this dance company.
"Impromptus" Sasha Waltz & Guests Cal Performances, Zellerbach Hall Berkeley, CA October 24, 2014 by Rita Felciano copyright © Rita Felciano, 2014 The German choreographer and her international cast are rare guests in the Bay Area. Sasha...Show More Summary
Wardrobe V Pantry pull together two of our favourite obsessions – fashion and food – in delightful combinations. This week, they’ve worked their magic on The Sleeping Beauty. Lana Jones, The Sleeping Beauty v Mini rose-berry vegan cheesecakes Secure your … Continue reading ?
"Raymonda Divertissements", "Seven Sonatas", "Fancy Free" American Ballet Theatre David H. Koch Theater New York, NY October 25, 2014, matinee by Mary Cargill copyright © 2014 by Mary Cargill Variety is one of the benefits of ABT's fall...Show More Summary