POB 2013-2014 season
Posted 01 March 2013 - 07:40 AM
I'm looking now at NYCB's spring calendar, and perhaps it's a model not used much any more... Looks like Martins sometimes puts a stretch in the first act and some times a crowd pleaser in the first act, but the third is usually something that closes big & bright. http://www.nycballet...oryCalendar.pdf
You know what? I take it back. I thought this was the usual model but looking around at various US company websites, I see it still happens but is by no means the standard structure. Perhaps it was once more prevalent.
Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:27 AM
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Posted 01 March 2013 - 11:22 AM
I am rather surprised to see Agnes de Mille's Fall River Legend revived. I saw this ballet about LIzzie Borden quite a bit when performed by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in the 70s (I was only 10!). Has anyone else performed it recently?
ABT does it occasionally; or did, rather, when they were doing longer Fall seasons. I hope we can get a film out of it with POB doing it
Dance Theater of Harlem used to perform it, and included it on one of their videos
Posted 24 February 2014 - 12:05 PM
Cullberg/De Mille I am happy to have got a ticket to see Aurelie Dupont and Nicholas Le Riche in Miss Julie, on 12/3/2014, however it is a bit confusing on the Opera site regarding which ballet will be performed first. Can anyone advise if it is Miss Julie first then Fall River Legend last. When you check the distributions it comes up the other way round. Thank you.
Posted 01 March 2014 - 02:08 PM
Some video of Isabelle Ciaravola's final bow at the Palais Garnier this evening. She is still scheduled to dance two performances of The Lady of the Camellias on tour in Japan with the POB later this month.
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