Posts Tagged: George Balanchine

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

Pam Tanowitz’s Untitled (The Blue Ballet)

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] The relationship between ballet and modern dance is at best uneasy. You might say they have trust issues. Ballet dancers tend to condescend to modern choreography, polishing the life out of it —

Pam Tanowitz’s Untitled (The Blue Ballet)

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] The relationship between ballet and modern dance is at best uneasy. You might say they have trust issues. Ballet dancers tend to condescend to modern choreography, polishing the life out of it —

New York City Ballet, Beginning with Balanchine

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet lovers (and dancers) know it well: the Nutcracker threshold, that moment in early January when another visit to the Land of Sweets might kill you. But New Yorkers are lucky: They have

New York City Ballet, Beginning with Balanchine

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Ballet lovers (and dancers) know it well: the Nutcracker threshold, that moment in early January when another visit to the Land of Sweets might kill you. But New Yorkers are lucky: They have