Spectator Company Derashinera, choreographed by Shuji Onodera Japan Society New York November 13, 2015 by Tom Phillips Copyright 2015 by Tom Phillips Amidst flying furniture and bodies, an ordinary piece of fruit -- an orange -- commands...Show More Summary
Twyla Tharp’s 50th Anniversary Tour Eisenhower Theater The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC November 13, 2015 by George Jackson © 2015 by George Jackson Was it that long ago – half a century – that TwylaShow More Summary
New York City Ballet's casting for the first week of Nutcracker was posted earlier this week. How exciting to see Rebecca Krohn and Amar Ramasar featured during the first week of the run - Saturday matinee and Sunday evening. Their....
“Hagoramo” International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) and Brooklyn Youth Chorus in conjunction with American Opera Projects Brooklyn Academy of Music Harvey Theater Brooklyn, New York November 3, 2015 by Michael Popkin © 2015 by Michael...Show More Summary
The H.H. UIEX hits the proverbial bull's eye again. Tickets for Alessandra Ferri/Herman Cornejo/Bruce Levingston performances at the Joyce Theater on March 2-6 go on sale to the general public on December 11th. Miami City Ballet is also coming to...
“AfterEffect,” “Company B,” “The Green Table” American Ballet Theatre David H. Koch Theater New York, NY October 28, 2015 by Marianne Adams copyright © 2015 by Marianne Adams In its second week, American Ballet Theatre presented a world premiere of a brand new work by one of its own – principal dancer Marcelo Gomes. Show More Summary
Mirenka Cechova’s “The Voice of Anne Frank” Paul Sprenger Theater Atlas Performing Arts Center Washington, DC November 7, 2015 by George Jackson © 2015 by George Jackson Almost everyone knows the story of Anne Frank. Among the many moving texts about the Holocaust, Anne Frank’s diary is singular because her voice is that of a child. Show More Summary
Our guest reviewer, Mr. S., has run out of vacation time in New York, but left us with some more impressions from his time here. Thanks much, Mr. S. Hopefully, some day you will be able to join us for...
"All That We See", "Dear and Blackbirds", "The Last Time This Ended", "Invisible Divide" BalletCollective NYU Skirball Center New York, NY November 4, 2015 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2015 by Mary Cargill Troy Schumacher's BalletCollective is a company of seven dancers from the New York City Ballet, where Schumacher also dances. Show More Summary
There are so many reasons to see the adorable 19th-century fantasy Coppélia. Here are just a few of them. The laughs George Balanchine said, “Just as Giselle is ballet’s great tragedy, so Coppélia is its great comedy.” The ballet rollicks along … Continue reading ?
Center Stage: Dance Camp is currently in production with Sascha Radetsky, Ethan Stiefel, Peter Gallagher, and Kenny Wormald all reuniting for a third time for a gig on the Lifetime channel at a still to be announced date. Someone named...
“Walpurgisnight”, “A Midsummer Night's Dream” Duo, Scene from “Romeo”, “Emeralds” The Suzanne Farrell Ballet Opera House The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC October 30, 2015 - Opening Night November 1, 2015...Show More Summary
Enjoy the first episode of Flesh and Bone for 24 hours on EW at this link: http://www.ew.com/article/2015/11/02/flesh-and-bone-starz-premiere-exclusive
"After You", "Company B", "Piano Concerto #1" American Ballet Theatre David H. Koch Theater New York, NY October 29 2015 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2015 by Mary Cargill ABT's two-week Fall season featured no tutus and lots of opportunities for the dancers to shine. Show More Summary
“The Brahms-Haydn Variations,” “Monotones I and II,” “Green Table” American Ballet Theatre David H. Koch Theater New York, NY October 22, 2015 by Marianne Adams copyright © 2015 by Marianne Adams ABT’s fall season is traditionally a mixed bill affair but rarely one with works as audaciously diametrical in nature as this year. Show More Summary
Gene Kelly changed the way dance was perceived on film and made his athletic style a staple of American dance. Learn about this legendary dancer, choreographer, and actor's life and legacy in this brief biography.
You always remember your first time, don’t you? And in ballet one imagines that Juliet wants to remember her first… The post Wherefore art thou Romeo? appeared first on The Spectator.
“Cinderella” Company XIV Minetta Lane Theatre New York, NY October 13, 2015 by Leigh Witchel © 2015 by Leigh Witchel From the beginning of Austin McCormick’s Company XIV, it has straddled many worlds: baroque and modern, dance and burlesque, concert and commercial. Show More Summary
"After You", "Le Spectre de la Rose", "Valse Fantaisie," "The Green Table" American Ballet Theatre David H. Koch Theater New York, NY October 23, 2015 by Carol Pardo copyright ©2015 by Carol Pardo This program followed a tantalizingShow More Summary
Sunday morning, Haglund snagged the last available senior fare ticket on the Corella Express out of Penn Station bound for Philly. A little over an hour later the train's tailhooks caught the arresting cables while going about 150 mph as...