rkoretzky

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  1. Extra ticket seeking a new owner. Fourth ring, row D, seat 14. Seated next to me. It's a Society NYCB ticket. (Formerly fourth ring Society). $26!!!!!! PM me.
  2. Hear, hear!
  3. Brilliant! In the open air at Vail. Now, how to make it happen?
  4. Do you mean a new work? I didn't even think of that. My fantasy would be to have him guest with nycb. Not bloody likely I know.....but I can dream, can't I? (Thank you Company B).
  5. My wish: to see Michael Trusnovec dance Apollo.
  6. I hope and expect that some more information is coming very soon. It's nice to hear about all the new projects but what Balanchine will we be seeing?
  7. Oh yes, I see her there too, and in the neighborhood too.
  8. I never walk into the state theater or opera house (even for opera), without thinking of Carley. Missing her so much.
  9. Well, Ballo was made on Merrill Ashley, certainly not a short dancer.
  10. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll probably spring for the full view seat.
  11. Does anyone know if standing room is still offered? I'd love to see Ashley Bouder in what I'm guessing might be her last performances before her maternity leave. But I'd rather not spend $75 in the 4th ring which is all that's available.
  12. Ruthie Ann Miles was truly "something wonderful" as Lady Tiang and well deserving of her best supporting actress Tony. And yet I found Sydney Lucas' s performance so engaging that I could make a strong case for her too. Yes, that good, from an adolescent. I did see Ken Watanabe, and found him to be the weak link in an otherwise outstanding cast. I wish I had the chance to see Jose Llana.
  13. Natalia, great choices for NYC theater! I've seen both and agree that they were magnificent. But I urge you to see Fun Home too, and to do so while Sydney Lucas (sister of jake, who was Louis in King and I) is performing. Her performance as Young Allison is astonishing and the whole show is an unforgettable theater experience.
  14. Yes Katherine, knowing you're Canadian and have probably seen both companies in the Wheeldon, I was asking for a recommendation. I live in Saratoga springs (we missed your group this year!). Toronto is doable but even colder than here. Of course DC in January isn't summery either.
  15. Other option would be national ballet of Canada at Kennedy center for the wheeldon. Katherine? Rethinking panto. I always want to see the local entertainment but with only a few days in London might stick to traditional theater.