28 APRIL 2017

Debut ballet novel: Girl Through Glass Burns Bright

Leigh Donlan reviews:

It has been said that we are only as sick as our secrets. The wounded must relive the trauma on the path to healing. Sari Wilson’s debut novel, Girl Through Glass, is this kind of psychological journey against the backdrop of the rarefied world of ballet.…

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17 JANUARY 2017

Giving Away 2 Free Copies of The Chosen Maiden!

Check out Leigh’s review (here) of this new novel by Eva Stachniak on the life of Bronislava Nijinska, and leave a comment under the review before Feb. 1, 2017, telling us your favorite recollection of a work by Nijinska (a restaging, revival, film clip, photo, etc.) Then, if …

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21 MAY 2016

‘The Artist’s Compass’: Making a Life in the Performing Arts

In years past, there were many large companies willing to invest in the development of young artists with talent, but those are fast disappearing… The incubators for developing artists may be largely gone, but so are the gatekeepers, which means that anyone can create their own opportunities if they’re clever

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