Here is my long overdue post on Tere O’Connor’s most recent show at New York Live Arts. (Please read Nicole’s excellent recent post on procrastination.) On Tuesday, November [...]
It’s that time of the year again, when the music of Tchaikovskyreigns supreme across the land, and a myriad of productions of The Nutcracker can be found. Dances Patrelle’s production [...]
New York City Ballet forges the art form’s future? On Sunday, November 25th, 60 Minutes ran a piece on New York City Ballet in order, as it originally appeared to me, to promote the [...]
Every week my New York Magazine arrives and I devour it; sometimes slowly over the week in pieces, sometimes in one shot on Friday mornings. It is often a test of my hipness: do I already know [...]
Meet founder and director of Ballet in Cleveland, Jessica Wallis...
What does it take to make a wave on the vast sea that is New York City’s dance scene? Some might suggest well-honed talent, a grand dream, friends in high places, or just plain luck. For emerging [...]