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Alessandra FerriA comeback at 50


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#1 nicolezly

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Posted 04 June 2013 - 09:41 PM

Ferri is coming back to her dancing career.

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http://www.gramilano...f-her-marriage/

#2 ABT Fan

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 06:59 AM

Wow. It'll be great to see her back in NY!

#3 Amy Reusch

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 07:33 AM

I hope someone creates some interesting choreography for her.

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Posted 23 June 2013 - 11:53 PM

Oh Lord, I went to her ABT retirement. Yes, come back.

Love, JIM



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 07:22 AM

There is  a new dance performance piece that Ferri will appear in w. Herman Cornejo titled "Cheri", with choreography by Martha Clarke.  Performances are at the Signature Theater in NYC, starting in November.



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 09:39 AM

Wonderful to have such a great artist back. I am really looking forward to her upcoming collaboration at La Scala with Neumeier based on Eleanor Duse.



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 01:44 PM

Tickets for are now on sale for Chéri at signaturetheatre.org

Starring Ferri, Herman Cornejo and Amy Irving.

It is running November 19 thru December 22.

It is going to be wonderful.



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 04:50 PM

Does anyone know what the "performance extra" designation means? It appears as an asterisk for some of the performances.

 

Also, why is the first row available when most of the seats behind it are sold? Is the first row bad for viewing?



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 05:10 PM

Does anyone know what the "performance extra" designation means? It appears as an asterisk for some of the performances.

 

Also, why is the first row available when most of the seats behind it are sold? Is the first row bad for viewing?

 

I just found the answer to the first question on the web site. There are several different performance extras, including Q&As with the production people and artistic staff.

 

Does anyone know about the seating? I love to sit up close, but does anyone know whether that's a bad idea in that theater?



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 06:42 PM

 

Does anyone know what the "performance extra" designation means? It appears as an asterisk for some of the performances.

 

Also, why is the first row available when most of the seats behind it are sold? Is the first row bad for viewing?

 

I just found the answer to the first question on the web site. There are several different performance extras, including Q&As with the production people and artistic staff.

 

Does anyone know about the seating? I love to sit up close, but does anyone know whether that's a bad idea in that theater?

 

 

This theater at the Signature Theater Complex has excellent seating.  Every seat is fine, except for a few on the very sides.  I would not want to sit up too close here.  For plays the front row is right up at the stage.  Don't know if they will reconfigure in any way.  Probably not.  Go to the web site and look at the seating chart.   The theater is the Diamond Theater.  I have a seat in row "G" for my viewing, which gives one a bit of perspective, especially for movement of any kind.  I've sat in almost all the areas of this theater and there really isn't a bad seat anywhere. 



#11 angelica

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Posted 16 October 2013 - 04:31 AM

 

 

Does anyone know what the "performance extra" designation means? It appears as an asterisk for some of the performances.

 

Also, why is the first row available when most of the seats behind it are sold? Is the first row bad for viewing?

 

I just found the answer to the first question on the web site. There are several different performance extras, including Q&As with the production people and artistic staff.

 

Does anyone know about the seating? I love to sit up close, but does anyone know whether that's a bad idea in that theater?

 

 

This theater at the Signature Theater Complex has excellent seating.  Every seat is fine, except for a few on the very sides.  I would not want to sit up too close here.  For plays the front row is right up at the stage.  Don't know if they will reconfigure in any way.  Probably not.  Go to the web site and look at the seating chart.   The theater is the Diamond Theater.  I have a seat in row "G" for my viewing, which gives one a bit of perspective, especially for movement of any kind.  I've sat in almost all the areas of this theater and there really isn't a bad seat anywhere. 

 

 

Many thanks, mimsyb. That's exactly what I needed to know!




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