Posts Tagged: ballet

On Ballet TikTok, a Place for Young Dancers to Be Real

“On TikTok, rather than your technique going viral, you could have your ideas about ballet go viral.” Read this story at nytimes.com.

On Ballet TikTok, a Place for Young Dancers to Be Real

“On TikTok, rather than your technique going viral, you could have your ideas about ballet go viral.” Read this story at nytimes.com.

Elad Lassry’s Untitled (Presence) at the Kitchen

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] She looks directly out at us from the wall, not quite smiling. There’s a hopefulness to her expression — maybe naïveté. She is enclosed in a simple rectangular frame, but there’s a second

Elad Lassry’s Untitled (Presence) at the Kitchen

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] She looks directly out at us from the wall, not quite smiling. There’s a hopefulness to her expression — maybe naïveté. She is enclosed in a simple rectangular frame, but there’s a second

Rooting for the Home Team: American Ballet Theatre’s La Bayadère

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] During American Ballet Theatre’s Metropolitan Opera House season, it’s rare to see a dancer who is still a work in progress perform a leading role. The company can’t afford to take risks when it

Rooting for the Home Team: American Ballet Theatre’s La Bayadère

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] During American Ballet Theatre’s Metropolitan Opera House season, it’s rare to see a dancer who is still a work in progress perform a leading role. The company can’t afford to take risks when it

In Bloom: New York City Ballet’s Spring Gala

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet galas can be disheartening affairs — miscellaneous collections of orphaned pas de deux, presented with little concern for programming beyond projecting the least interesting, “ta-da” aspects of ballet to the (not actually)

In Bloom: New York City Ballet’s Spring Gala

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet galas can be disheartening affairs — miscellaneous collections of orphaned pas de deux, presented with little concern for programming beyond projecting the least interesting, “ta-da” aspects of ballet to the (not actually)