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Alexandra Danilova

Date of Death: July 13, 1997 (93)

Birth Place: Peterhoff, RUSSIA

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Alexandra Danilova STAGE CREDITS

Original Broadway Production, 1958


Portrait of a Ballerina

Danse de la Fee Dragee


Grand Pas de Deux

Sugar Plum Fairy

Original Broadway Production, 1944


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World Premieres & More Set for 2024-25 Kennedy Center Dance Season

The 2024-25 Kennedy Center Dance season has been revealed! See full programming and learn how to purchase tickets.
New York City Ballet Unveils 2024-25 Season Featuring 58 Ballets

New York City Ballet has revealed its 2024-25 season. See the productions and learn how to purchase tickets!
Kennedy Center Announces the 2023/24 Dance Season Featuring New York City Ballet, Sydney Dance Company & More

Continuing to bring world class dance to the stages of the National Cultural Center, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced its 2023–2024 dance season. Being at the forefront of responding to the moment, today’s artists and companies are challenging the frame of storytelling, shifting the boundaries of what movement can be, and showcasing the dynamic form in a multitude of ways blurring the lines between classical and contemporary. Through this lens, audiences will experience a season filled with innovative works and collaborations among ballet and dance offerings, beloved classics, master voices, and newcomers to the stage. Subscriptions for the 2023–2024 season are now available here or by calling (202) 416-8500.
Museum of Russian Icons Presents DAY OF BALLET and Birch Tea Lecture and Ceremony This Month

The Museum of Russian Icons presents a 'Day of Ballet,' featuring tours of  the exhibition Swan Lake: 145 Years of History and Triumph, ballet demonstrations, family activities and a dance workshop, on Saturday, January 14, from 12-2pm.  On Saturday, January 28, the Museum presents a Birch Tea Lecture and Ceremony, held in conjunction with the exhibition Tree of Life: Birch Through the Ages. 
Trio Of Entrancing Exhibitions On View At The Museum Of Russian Icons This Fall

The Museum of Russian Icons announces an exciting schedule of exhibitions opening this fall.
Lawrence Leritz Joins Broadway Pride Month Celebration June 20 and 21st

In celebration of Pride month, Backstage Babble is releasing a series of episodes with LGBT artists that fulfill it's mission-painting a picture of what it has been like to be gay in the theater world from the 1950s up until the present day. It is hosted by 13-year old Charles Kirsch.

PNB’s Digital Season continues from May 6th to May 10th 2021 with a delightful archival recording from 2016 of PNB’s production of George Balanchine’s “Coppélia”, choreographed by Mr. B and Alexandra Danilova to the music of Léo Delibes.
Virtual Experiences Abound At Seattle Center This May

Spring is busting out all over the virtual world at Seattle Center. Here are some online options for the month of May among public programs and organizations that reside on the grounds.
Virtual Theatre Today: Monday, June 22- Andrea Burns, Michael Riedel, and More!

Today (June 22) in live streaming: BWW Book Club is back, Andréa Burns guest hosts Stars in the House, and so much more!
Lincoln Center at Home Presents New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre & More for Dance Week

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced a week devoted to dance from Saturday, May 30 to Thursday, June 4, 2020.
Lincoln Center at Home Announces Upcoming Calendar of Events Featuring ACT ONE Starring Santino Fontana & More

Lincoln Center at Home is maintaining connections to the arts during the COVID-19 pandemic. A free, one-stop portal to all digital offerings from across the iconic campus, offerings include Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom, #ConcertsForKids, and an array of archival and livestream performances.
Lincoln Center At Home to Present 'Dance Week'

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) announces a week devoted to dance from Saturday, May 30 to Thursday, June 4, 2020.
Lincoln Center Announces Dance Week Featuring New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre and More

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) announces a week devoted to dance from Saturday, May 30 to Thursday, June 4, 2020.
New Exhibit Celebrates The Dance Division At NYPL's 75 Years

In 1944, a young music librarian named Genevieve Oswald at The New York Public Library argued that dance materials didn't fit well into the Music or Theatre archives, and should be collected separately and differently. What she created was one of the first archives devoted entirely to dance, originally called the Library's Dance Collection, and now known as the Jerome Robbins Dance Division. In the 75 years since its creation, the Dance Division has become the world's preeminent collection of dance research materials, and an invaluable resource to students, practitioners of all levels, researchers, writers, enthusiasts and artists. Chronicling the art of dance in all its forms, the Division acts as much more than a library. It preserves the history of dance by gathering diverse written, visual, and aural resources, and works to ensure the art form's continuity through active documentation and educational programs.
Boston Ballet Presents Balanchine's COPPELIA

Boston Ballet presents George Balanchine's Coppelia, a full-length comedic story ballet about love, mistaken identity, and foolhardy fun. Coppelia, set to music by Leo Delibes, runs March 21-31 at the Boston Opera House.
Ballet West Performs Willam Christensen's THE NUTCRACKER at the Kennedy Center

Featuring Tchaikovsky's timeless holiday score, Ballet West returns to the Kennedy Center with Willam Christensen's beloved choreography in The Nutcracker, December 5-9 for seven performances in the Opera House.
Oakland University Professor Recreates 'Lost' Balanchine Ballet

Oakland University's School of Music, Theatre and Dance will present Envisioning Marche Funebre: A Study in the Early Choreography of George Balanchine at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3 in the Oakland Center Banquet Rooms.
Patrick Cassidy to Perform At Inland Pacific Ballet's SOME ENCHANTED EVENING

Actor Patrick Cassidy, best known for his roles in musical theatre and television, headlines Some Enchanted Evening ~ A Night of Broadway Song & Dance to benefit Inland Pacific Ballet, the professional ballet company based in the Inland Empire. This 2nd annual intimate cabaret evening features song and dance by Inland Pacific Ballet dancers and Academy students, cocktails, hor d'oeuvres, dessert, silent/live auction, and is hosted by IPB Associate Director Jonathan Sharp (The Red Shoes, Carousel, The Rocky Horror Show Live, The Dance of the Vampires, Fiddler on the Roof). Some Enchanted Evening takes place on Saturday, September 22 at 6 p.m., at Inland Pacific Ballet located at 9061 Central Avenue, Montclair, 91763.
Wynton Marsalis To Deliver The Commencement Address At Juilliard's 113th Commencement Ceremony

The Juilliard School today announced that alumnus Wynton Marsalis, trumpeter, director of Juilliard Jazz Studies, and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, will address the graduates at the school's 113th commencement ceremony, which takes place Friday, May 18, 2018, at 11am in Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center. Mr. Marsalis received an honorary doctor of music degree from Juilliard in 2006. This will be the final commencement for Juilliard President Joseph W. Polisi, who has had a long association with Mr. Marsalis and asked that he be the commencement speaker. In July, Damian Woetzel will begin as the school's seventh president.


How many Broadway shows has Alexandra Danilova been in?

Alexandra Danilova has appeared on Broadway in 4 shows.

How many West End shows has Alexandra Danilova been in?

Alexandra Danilova has not appeared in the West End

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