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The legacy of Sergei Diaghilev, the turn-of-the-century impresario who launched the Ballets Russes and introduced a wealth of Russian talent to the world is at the heart of the 4th International Diaghilev P.S. festival of arts that kicks off on Nov.
Dance Review When Parisians Stormed Out, and the Earth Trembled Bill T. Present A Rite' Ruby Washington/The New York Times A Rite Members of the Bill T...Paris, 1913: the curtain rises on the latest production from Serge Diaghilev's stylish Ballets
If you go Friends University Fall Ballet Just like a trip to the art museum is more fun if you've ingested a little art history first, an evening at the ballet is more interesting if you know the difference between a pas de bourree and a pirouette.
With its performance of Stravinsky's 'Rite of Spring' and two other pieces performed by the renowned Ballets Russes, Lexington Ballet pays tribute to the troupes, dancers, composers and choreographers who helped modernize the art form Contributing
Satan Came to Eden" Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller's film, set in the Galapagos Islands in the 1930s, will debut at the Telluride fest on Thursday. One day before its world premiere at the Telluride film festival, Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller 's
Suggested Topics 2013 marks 75 years since the birth of Rudolf Nureyev, twenty since his death. English National Ballet's new triple bill pays tribute to one of ballet's greatest stars, and to the range of his career, which stretched from classicism
On opening night, the Russian Seasons of XXI Century dropped one production due to injury, then added an unscheduled interval while they tried to fix the lighting. Technical hitches aside, it was a ramshackle night of dubious revivals and recorded
Arts Theater Review Jun 07, 2013 American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose is completely bonkers. Madcap and relentlessly silly, Richard Montoya's funhouse ride through American history is also sobering, pointing out the myriad ways ethnic minorities
They may have arrived in this capital city for their big moment in the national spotlight, but for the dancers of the Sarasota Ballet, their first morning here was all about another country and another era. Before rehearsing for their appearances in
Arts Theater Review Jun 02, 2013 Playwright Sarah Ruhl and director Les Waters reunite to bring to life the lifelong correspondence between poets Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell...A new exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.,