Theatre

1 MARCH 2016

Septime at Large

Leigh Donlan interviews Septime Webre, departing artistic director of the Washington Ballet:

“At the moment, I’m thrilled to just be an artist,” Webre tells me over the phone from the nation’s capital.

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20 OCTOBER 2015

28 Chinese face off against The Trojans

28 Chinese summered at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, and it was hard to imagine a more riveting setting for this contemporary art exhibit, culled from the permanent collection of Miami collectors Mera and Don Rubell.

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30 JUNE 2015

It’s a Helluva Town

Ballet to the People leads a vagabond life these days, living out of a suitcase, at the mercy of incompetent airlines and humourless customs officials. Few cities do a worse job of welcoming visitors than New York: from landing at JFK to the ride in to Manhattan, the experience is …

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