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Video: Národní divadlo uvádí balet DOS SOLES SOLOS PhotoVideo: Národní divadlo uvádí balet DOS SOLES SOLOS
by Krystof Petrasek - March 28, 2021

Po úspěšném uvedení první inscenace z programu Phoenix, baletu PUPPET, přináší tento týden Národní divadlo již druhý baletní kus, DES SOLES SOLOS.
Video: Národní divadlo přináší online balet PUPPET PhotoVideo: Národní divadlo přináší online balet PUPPET
by Krystof Petrasek - March 21, 2021

V novém roce nastartovalo Národní divadlo v Praze mnoho aktivit, díky kterým se můžou diváci vracet do divadla i za podmínek pandemie. Právě vyšel balet PUPPET v choreografii Douglase Lee. Podívejte se.
BWW ARVIO: PEPPI PITKÄTOSSU on tehty suurella sydämellä Suomen kansallisbalettiin PhotoBWW ARVIO: PEPPI PITKÄTOSSU on tehty suurella sydämellä Suomen kansallisbalettiin
by Rosanna Liuski - December 2, 2019

BWW Previews: Pennsylvania Ballet Performs Three WORLD PREMIERES at Merriam Theater PhotoBWW Previews: Pennsylvania Ballet Performs Three WORLD PREMIERES at Merriam Theater
by Scott Serio - November 8, 2019

BWW Previews: Pennsylvania Ballet Performs Three WORLD PREMIERES at Merriam Theater
BWW Review: Dance Theatre of Harlem Gorgeous at Guggenheim Rotunda Project PhotoBWW Review: Dance Theatre of Harlem Gorgeous at Guggenheim Rotunda Project
by Juan Michael Porter II - October 18, 2019

In a play on 'Sankofa', looking backwards to move forward served Dance Theatre of Harlem well in this sneak peek of the season to come. Returning to the Guggenheim Museum for the first time since 1971, the company revealed an incredible lineup of dancers who were eager to prove their mettle in ballets by George Balanchine and Arthur Mitchell.
BWW Review: PAQUITA Should Begin at its End PhotoBWW Review: PAQUITA Should Begin at its End
by Lora Strum - October 15, 2019

The Mariinsky Ballet's a?oePaquitaa?? should begin at its end. It's culminating event, the infamous Grand Pas, arrives after roughly two hours and for anyone in the Kennedy Center Opera House who doesn't know it's coming, the temptation to leave at one of two interminable intermissions is hard to resist.
BWW Review: Kelli O'Hara Whistles Her Way into Japan in THE KING & I PhotoBWW Review: Kelli O'Hara Whistles Her Way into Japan in THE KING & I
by Larisa Amaya-Baron - July 22, 2019

'If you have seen the technicolor movie, or a past version of the stage production, you will be pleased to notice that the compassionate director, Bartlett Sher, has removed all the old stereotypes and racism from this revival. You don't feel like the story is mocking any culture, or even making commentary at all. It's stripped down to the common themes we all experience as humans...'
Bww Feature: THE PYGMALION EFFECT Of Boris Eifman And His New Ballet Coming To The Se PhotoBww Feature: THE PYGMALION EFFECT Of Boris Eifman And His New Ballet Coming To The Segerstrom May 24
by Valerie-Jean Miller - May 21, 2019

Segerstrom Center for the Arts is excitingly welcoming the return of the Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg with the West Coast Premiere of The Pygmalion Effect May 24-26, 2019 A new ballet from the company's award-winning artistic director and choreographer, Boris Eifman, The Pygmalion Effect is inspired by the Greek mythological tale of Pygmalion - a sculptor who became infatuated with his own life-like carving of a beautiful girl. Renowned for works that are 'bold, psychological and highly theatrical' (The New York Times), Boris Eifman infuses his signature choreographic style into this dynamic new production, set to a score by 'The Waltz King' Johann Strauss II. The Pygmalion Effect received its world premiere in St. Petersburg's Alexandrinsky Theatre on February 6, 2019. This new production marks choreographer Boris Eifman's return to the genre of comedy or, more accurately, tragicomedy; a form which the choreographer has perfected. Eifman offers the audience a balletic interpretation of the archetypical story of Pygmalion. In the ballet the protagonist is a successful ballroom dancer who transforms a clumsy girl into a virtuoso performer. In this production, Eifman presents a comprehensive artistic and philosophical portrayal of a human personality's remarkable flexibility and ability to adjust in response to set aims and aspirations. The title is a reference to a well-known physiological phenomenon whereby a person's performance is positively influenced by the expectations of others.
BWW Interview: Choreographer Kirk Peterson and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST by ARB at State T PhotoBWW Interview: Choreographer Kirk Peterson and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST by ARB at State Theatre NJ on 5/10
by Marina Kennedy - May 3, 2019

American Repertory Ballet (ARB) presents its highly anticipated world premiere, Beauty and the Beast, choreographed by the company's Resident Choreographer Kirk Peterson. Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of interviewing Peterson about his career and the show.
BWW Review: LA Ballet Gala 2019 at Beverly Hilton PhotoBWW Review: LA Ballet Gala 2019 at Beverly Hilton
by Amber Adams - April 17, 2019

On Thursday, April 11th, Los Angeles Ballet celebrated its 13th Annual Gala held at the Beverly Hilton. Equipped with a Red Carpet and VIP Guest List, the evening was a delight and successful fundraiser.
BWW Interview: Musical Wunderkind Kelly Deng of THE GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER at Fox T PhotoBWW Interview: Musical Wunderkind Kelly Deng of THE GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER at Fox Theatre says it's a Beautiful Art!
by Katie Laban - December 21, 2018

The Moscow Ballet is returning to Detroit this weekend to danceThe Great Russian Nutcracker for three special performances at The Fox Theatre. There is something very special about this tour called "Musical Wunderkind," which is youth musicians in every city accompanying the Moscow Ballet's principal ballerinas in Saint Saen's "Dying Swan" from Carnival of the Animals, now commonly known as the influence for Odette's movement's in Swan Lake, in many cities on the national tour. The Wunderkind, each in their respective cities, rehearse with the principal ballerina and open the Great Russian Nutcracker in a duo of musician and ballerina to the delight of audiences. Detroit audiences will have the pleasure of seeing local violinist, Kelly Deng, perform on stage with the company during the 8pm show. Deng has been playing since she was six years old and could not be more excited to be chosen as the Detroit Musical Wunderkind for the Moscow Ballet. BroadwayWorld Detroit had a few moments to speak with her about the honor, what it is like to play from such a young age, and why Detroit should come see The Great Russian Nutcracker this weekend at The Fox Theatre.
BWW Review: AN AFTERNOON OF SWEETS AND DELIGHTS with the Eglevsky Ballet PhotoBWW Review: AN AFTERNOON OF SWEETS AND DELIGHTS with the Eglevsky Ballet
by Marsha Volgyi - December 20, 2018

The Nutcracker matinee presented by the Eglevsky Ballet opened with an enthusiastic welcome from the Executive Artistic Director, Maurice Brandon Curry. Mr. Curry truly choreographed this production with great attention to detail, quality, and with an unparalleled panache. The Massapequa Philharmonic under the direction of David Bernard regaled the audience with the classical music of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Throughout the performance, at times, I felt as if I were listening to a pre-recorded sound track because it was so smooth. What a wonderful addition and elevated element for the audience!
BWW Review: LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO Returns to Ruffle Feathers at The J PhotoBWW Review: LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO Returns to Ruffle Feathers at The Joyce Theater This Holiday Season
by Cindy Sibilsky - December 17, 2018

BWW Preview: THE BROOKLYN NUTCRACKER Turns a Holiday Tradition Into an Opportunity to PhotoBWW Preview: THE BROOKLYN NUTCRACKER Turns a Holiday Tradition Into an Opportunity to Honor Authentic Expressions of Diversity
by Cindy Sibilsky - December 11, 2018

BWW Review: After 10 Years, Nashville Ballet's NASHVILLE'S NUTCRACKER Dazzles and Del PhotoBWW Review: After 10 Years, Nashville Ballet's NASHVILLE'S NUTCRACKER Dazzles and Delights
by Jeffrey Ellis - December 4, 2018

As difficult as it may be to comprehend, Nashville's Nutcracker - Paul Vasterling's beautiful and evocative holiday gift to his adopted hometown - first debuted in 2008 and its return in 2018 only enhances the already stellar reputation of Nashville Ballet as the city's leading arts entity and adds more luster to the glittering resume of its artistic director, who this season celebrates his 20th anniversary leading the company.
American Ballet Theater Announces 2019 Spring Season PhotoAmerican Ballet Theater Announces 2019 Spring Season
by BWW News Desk - October 25, 2018

American Ballet Theatre's 2019 Spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House, May 13 - July 6, will feature a World Premiere work by ABT Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky in programs dedicated entirely to his works in honor of the choreographer's 10th year with the Company.
BWW Review: Nashville Ballet Brings SEVEN DEADLY SINS To Life at TPAC PhotoBWW Review: Nashville Ballet Brings SEVEN DEADLY SINS To Life at TPAC
by Cillea Houghton - October 23, 2018

Always finding unique ways to tell the stories of the world, the Nashville Ballet offered the SEVEN DEADLY SINS for the second year in a row, artistically exploring the darkest depths of our souls.
Ballet Palm Beach Announces Partnership With The King's Academy Conservatory Of Arts  PhotoBallet Palm Beach Announces Partnership With The King's Academy Conservatory Of Arts In West Palm Beach
by BWW News Desk - October 5, 2018

Colleen Smith, Artistic Director of Ballet Palm Beach today announced a partnership with The King's Academy Conservatory of Arts in West Palm Beach, through which the professional dance company will present four major ballets during the 2018-2019 season. The performances will be presented at the Academy's Page Family Center for Performing Arts, located at 8401 Belvedere Road (33411).
BWW Interview: Xiaoxiao Cao of XIAOXIAO DESIGNS PhotoBWW Interview: Xiaoxiao Cao of XIAOXIAO DESIGNS
by Caryn Cooper - August 26, 2018

Have you ever been to your local dancewear store or shopped online looking for a cute, elegant, or just a different leotard? As ballet dancers, in addition to dancing in beautiful tutus and costumes on stage, we also want to look nice in the dance studio for class, rehearsal, and auditions! And that is what the leotards of Xiaoxiao Designs provide. Started by professional ballet dancer and entrepreneur, Xiaoxiao Cao in 2015, Xiaoxiao Designs has leotards for every ballerina to stand out, and feel beautiful and confident.
BWW Previews: FIRST STATE BALLET THEATRE SEASON at Grand Opera House PhotoBWW Previews: FIRST STATE BALLET THEATRE SEASON at Grand Opera House
by Greer Firestone - August 21, 2018

If Aisle Say was a multi-talented superior athlete and could choose from an array of sports to excel, down on my list would be ballet. Why? No season off to indulge in food and drink fantasies, rigorous abuse to the body, inferior pay and way, way too much discipline required.
BWW Interview: National Ballet of Canada's Jack Bertinshaw Talks FRAME BY FRAME PhotoBWW Interview: National Ballet of Canada's Jack Bertinshaw Talks FRAME BY FRAME
by Taylor Long - June 2, 2018

Visionary Canadian director Robert Lepage teams up with Guillaume Cote, Principal Dancer and Choreographer at the National Ballet of Canada to present FRAME BY FRAME. We spoke to Second Soloist Jack Bertinshaw, playing filmmaker Norman McLaren, about his life as a professional dancer, the unique challenges in bringing a man's life to life on the stage, and the incredible three-year collaborative process to prepare FRAME BY FRAME for its world premiere.
BWW Review: DON QUIXOTE REIMAGINED BY THE NATIONAL BALLET OF UKRAINE at The Orpheum T PhotoBWW Review: DON QUIXOTE REIMAGINED BY THE NATIONAL BALLET OF UKRAINE at The Orpheum Theatre
by Valerie-Jean Miller - May 23, 2018

Leonid Sarafanov from Kiev, Ukraine is a principal ballet dancer with the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St Petersburg, Russia and a Teatro alla Scala soloist, and was a special guest star in this dazzling one night's performance of Don Quixote at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, playing Basilio with much flair and specificity. The company, playing two evenings in Los Angeles, presented Sleeping Beauty on Friday evening, May 18th and the lively Don Quixote for one exciting and much anticipated performance on Saturday, May 19th, at the historic Orpheum Theatre, in downtown Los Angeles.
BWW Interview: Celebrating the Achievements of the Latino Culture with BALLET HISPANI PhotoBWW Interview: Celebrating the Achievements of the Latino Culture with BALLET HISPANICO
by Caryn Cooper - May 9, 2018

On a typical Monday evening, most folks find themselves on their way home after a long day of work, beginning to unwind for the night, or enjoying the spring evening outside sitting on a bench or having a nice glass of wine. But May 7, 2018 was a special evening to celebrate the impact of Latino leaders at the Ballet Hispanico CARNAVAL gala at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. In addition to being the company's annual fundraiser, it is also a time to celebrate the impact of Ballet Hispanico in communities across the nation while honoring four pioneers and influential Latino leaders whose contributions have made them a major force in their respective fields around the world.
BWW Review: Festival Ballet Providence Concludes Season Swimmingly with Exceptional,  PhotoBWW Review: Festival Ballet Providence Concludes Season Swimmingly with Exceptional, Enchanting LITTLE MERMAID
by Veronica Bruscini - April 28, 2018

THE LITTLE MERMAID elegantly concludes Festival Ballet Providence's ruby anniversary season. This production is certain to enchant younger audiences with its fairy-tale backdrop and its colorful characters, and discerning dance enthusiasts will unreservedly applaud the ballet's sophisticated choreography and skillful presentation.
BWW Review: NYC BALLET:  ROBBINS CENTENNIAL (BERNSTEIN, GLASS, AND VERDI) at The Kenn PhotoBWW Review: NYC BALLET: ROBBINS CENTENNIAL (BERNSTEIN, GLASS, AND VERDI) at The Kennedy Center
by Rachael Goldberg - April 1, 2018

For his Centennial, the New York City Ballet chose to honor its former co-ballet master in chief by highlighting his range through three works: the modern and minimalist 'Glass Pieces,' the fun and light-hearted 'Fancy Free,' and the classical and elegant 'The Four Seasons.' Each is distinct, and collectively the productions and the wonderful performances bring to life the work of a master.

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