What ballets are we most looking forward to in our 2015 season? From our Artistic Director to our dancers to our Head of Millinery to our Travel Coordinator, our staff give their top picks for the Year of Beauty. David … Continue reading ?
Right before starting her first season with Houston Ballet as an apprentice, Deanna Pearson traveled to Instanbul, Turkey to compete in the Instanbul International Ballet Competition (IBC). The competition takes place every summer with dancers coming from all parts of the world to compete. Ms. Pearson performed at her best and earned a glorious Silver […]
"La Sylphide" The Royal Danish Ballet Det Kongelige Teater Copenhagen, Denmark 25 October and 6 Novembe, 2014 by Alexander Meinertz copyright 2014 by Alexander Meinertz [Editor's note: This article first appeared in the Danish online...Show More Summary
"Preludes", "Homage to Edgar Allan Poe", "Are We There Yet?", "Frida" Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble The Theater at the 14th Street Y New York, NY December 7, 2014, 3:00 by Mary Cargill © 2014 by Mary Cargill The Sokolow Theatre/Dance...Show More Summary
Ballet began in the royal courts and dancers frequently portray royalty on stage. But these contemporary queens and princess are known for their lifelong ballet passions.
Feeling more frazzled than festive this holiday season? Here are some tips and tools for finding balance among the bauble this time of year.
“This” Neil Greenberg New York Live Arts New York, NY December 3, 2014 by Martha Sherman copyright © 2014 by Martha Sherman Neil Greenberg has made clear that “This” does not have meaning per se; it is not “about” anything. The dance is to be seen as an exploration among a formidable group of collaborators, including dancers and creative partners. Show More Summary
What are you waiting for? Tickets for Christopher Wheeldon's An American in Paris, starring Robert Fairchild, at the Palace Theatre on Broadway went on sale to the general public yesterday. There will be wide interest for this show among tourism...
“Castles,” “Fabulist,” “Dome” Doug Varone and Dancers The Joyce Theater New York, NY December 2, 2014 by Marianne Adams copyright © 2014 by Marianne Adams The three works presented by Doug Varone and Dancers at the Joyce Theater each told a different type of story. Show More Summary
When the Guardian’s dance critic Judith Mackrell wrote a fascinating article on how ballet fell for flower-giving, she explored the secret world of floral gifts. As a tribute to this tradition and nod to Mackrell’s own account, here are some … Continue reading ?
Hello. This post is for everyone who lives in San Francisco and the greater bay area. Not you? Discontinue reading BUT you cant because your eyes like the pretty pictures. My company TAGsf...
SYREN has begun work on our 18th piece.. We have a campaign running to help underwrite the (huge) costs of studio space here in the city. I hope you’ll check it out by...