Just do it
The summer 2016 installment of the Black Choreographers Festival has come and gone – an intriguing collection of work, both finished and still-under-construction, by dance-makers who have a lot to say.Read more →
One of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s newest corps members, Miko Fogarty, already has a legion of fans. She won hearts as a spunky 12-year-old in the award-winning film First Position, about the 2011 Youth America Grand Prix. And she’s set to generate more buzz for ballet as a short film …Read more →
Leigh Donlan reported from the Presidio:
San Francisco will be the only West Coast host in the global tour of Annie Leibovitz’s WOMEN: New Portraits, opening March 25 at 649 Old Mason Street in the Presidio’s Crissy Field. It is free to the public.Read more →
An irate balletomane wrote in to complain. Will the ill-mannered Kennedy Center patrons in question have the grace to apologize to her?
Last Friday night at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, American Ballet Theater’s Sleeping Beauty was a beautiful affair. Only a week before, a snow storm of historic …Read more →