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NYC Ballet’s Beguiling ‘Cage’

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford There's always a beguiling question in dance: how is it that two performers with the identical choreography and music, of equal talents, appear to convey such different nuances and meanings? The answer seems no less satisfying,... Continue Reading →

Andrew Winghart Unleashes a ‘River of Women’

Critically acclaimed Los Angeles-based contemporary dance choreographer, Andrew Winghart, released his newest body of work entitled Cry Me A River to the Justin Timberlake song by the same name - Just in time for the famed pop-star’s birthday. Using a... Continue Reading →

So You Think You Can Dance on National Dance Day July 25?

Continuing the tradition of last year's ground-breaking alliance of the nation's leading cultural organizations in Los Angeles, New York and Washington, D.C., National Dance Day is partnering with Eventbrite to help encourage Americans of all ages to incorporate dance into... Continue Reading →

Ellison Ballet Celebrates 10 Years at Symphony Space NYC

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Year after year since its inception, the Ellison Ballet of New York has been on a upward trajectory. May 15th and 16th performances clearly show a dynamic company that gets more and more... Continue Reading →

Inland Pacific Ballet presents Beauty and the Beast

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Inland Pacific Ballet brings to life an authentic production of Beauty and the Beast.  Structured closer to the classic 1756 French fairytale La Belle et la Bête by French novelist Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont,... Continue Reading →

Inland Pacific Ballet Celebrates It’s 20th Season with Beauty and the Beast

An Encore adaptation of this breathtaking fairy tale ballet. Southern California’s premiere professional ballet company, Inland Pacific Ballet (IPB), celebrating its 20th season, presents Beauty and the Beast, a full-length ballet based on the time honored fairy tale with 10... Continue Reading →

No Magic at the Mariinsky for Cinderella

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic I imagined I was eight years old. I'm at Disneyland and it starts to rain. All the rides are closed except It's A Small World. No Haunted House, no Pirates of the Caribbean, no... Continue Reading →

Wendy Whelan Joins NYC Ballet Academy East Faculty

Ballet Academy East is proud to announce that Wendy Whelan will join the Pre-Professional Division Faculty.  Ms. Whalen's tenure will begin with Ballet Academy East's Summer Intensive from August 18-29 and will continue through the school year, which begins on September... Continue Reading →

Alessandra Ferri Stars in the U.S. Premiere of The Raven in NYC May 28-31

Gotham Chamber Opera, in collaboration with the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, presents the U.S. Premiere of The Raven as part of the NY PHIL BIENNIAL, on May 28, 2014 at 7:30pm and May 30 and 31, 2014 at... Continue Reading →

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