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 […]
A review of Jones’ Story/Time, a dance theater piece that welds together topics of race, and the choreograpaher’s own political and personal history. An on stage clock counts down each of the one minute vignettes that makes up the piece.
Ballet superstars Roberto Bolle and Herman Cornejo in “BalletNow” share a gala program at the Los Angeles Music Center.
review by Steven Woodruff Labels are an often used but unfortunate barrier in the art world. Minimalism is one that has been regularly applied to concert music, dance, and opera, […]
I interviewed Herman Cornejo in December 2013 in New York while “Chéri” was running in previews at Signature Theater. Former ABT principal Alessandra Ferri is the show’s co-star. The play […]
reviewed by Steven Woodruff Aspen Santa Ballet has made frequent appearances in Los Angeles in recent years. They are a versatile chamber company with a visibly powerful commitment to ensemble […]
by Steven Woodruff An American In Paris, an adaptation of Vincente Minnelli’s 1951 film starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, is in previews in New York at the Palace Theater […]