Dance at the Music Center closed out its season last month with American Ballet Theatre’s La Bayadère. A classical war horse by Marius Petipa, it has had a long history […]
LA Dance Project’s debut last weekend at Musco Center for the Arts capped a busy few weeks for the company following a series of performances at their new Los […]
Among the many visual delights of Ratmansky’s new Nutcracker for American Ballet Theatre there is one in particular, as arresting as it is beautiful, that lingers after the curtain […]
Each year I write a piece on The Nutcracker. Sometimes it’s a review of a performance. Two years ago I wrote a story on the ballet’s music and how a […]
Whether in a repertory evening or a full length ballet, exceptional performances by ballet companies generally prove that a good show is much more than the sum of its parts. […]
The Laguna Dance Festival, now in its 12th year, closed out its programming last weekend with Philadelphia’s Ballet X in a program of four works by four choreographers. They shared […]
A look at one ingenious solution to bring live music back to “Nutcracker” performances.