Yearly Archives: 2013
State Street Ballet concludes Nutcracker season,shows in Spokane,Durango,Santa Barbara.Choreography & staging by R.Gustafson.Music,Opera San Luis Obispo Orch (Brian Alhadeff) & Morro Bay High School Chorus (Collen Wall).Costumes by A. Giannini.
Clarke’s Chéri at Signature Theater based on Colette novellas Chéri & The Last of Chéri. The first of three new productions Clarke is scheduled to create for her residency at the theater. With H. Cornejo & A. Ferri. Music by pianist S. Rothenberg.
25 years after forming Adventures in Motion Pictures Bourne has completed his trilogy of the Tchaikovsky and Petipa story ballets with his gothic version of “Sleeping Beauty”.Sets and costuming by Brotheston.Lighting,Paule Constable.Hannah Vassallo.
Interview with J. d'Amboise at the McCallum Theater 16th Choreography Festival.Topics: NDI, the Balanchine trust, working with young dancers, and sustaining the Balanchine repertory. Touching story about his first job at age 8 with Tanny LeClercq.
Diana Vishneva’s latest star vehicle program,"On the Edge",which premiered at Sergerstrom Center for the Arts on Wednesday, proved less edgy than its title suggested.Works by Maillot and Carlson with music by Danny Elfman and Giovanni Sollima.11/6/13
AD Paul Lightfoot in an interview for the company’s Australia tour said he wanted to “put the theater back” in the company name. The three works on Friday’s program, two by the Lightfoot and Sol León team, and a third by NDT dancer M..Walerski.
BODYTRAFFIC’s shows at the Broad Stage were a homecoming after a summer of concerts at Jacob’s Pillow, The Fire Island Dance Festival, plus recent performances in New York City and San Francisco.Works by Kyle Abraham, B.Marshall and R.Siegal.
Twenty four new recipients for MacArthur Fellowships were announced today. They include two from the dance world, Alexei Ratmansky, who is currently the resident choreographer for American Ballet Theater and a former artistic director of the Bolshoi
State Street Ballet presents LA premiere of its charming 2 act ballet,An American Tango.Part stage documentary,part nostalgic homage to the Jazz Age with choreography by William Soleau, it uses music by Waller, Gershwin& Elllington. Book by G Veloz.
The only choreographic or musical contribution not Russian on Thursday’s rep program by ABT was the music from Bizet’s youthful, ebullient C major Symphony, the touchstone for Balanchine’s spirited Symph in C. Also Apollo and Shostakovich Triolgy.
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