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Monday, April 10

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Isabella Boylston dances Sylvia in Buenos Aires.

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But it’s not all work, of course. Having traveled to dance on stages around the world, including Tokyo, St. Petersburg, Oman, and Havana, Boylston has grown gracefully adept at balancing rehearsals and performances with culinary exploration and ballerina-worthy self-care. Here, she shares an inside look at her two weeks in the Argentine capital, including massages, pasta dinners, and her secret weapon: tinted moisturizer.

 

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A review of Ballet Frontier in "La Sylphide" by Mark Lowry in the Star-Telegram.

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Ballet Frontier has gotten stronger over the years, undoubtedly due to increased recognition and a newish studio that bring in more ballet hopefuls, which means more competition and better level of talent.

 

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A review of Cleveland Ballet in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' by Steve Sucato in The Plain Dealer.

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Nothing, however, drew attention away from the entrance of the production's shining star: Cuban dancer Rainer Diaz-Martinez. The mighty mite who also shone recently in the company's "A Celebration of Dance and Music", is troupe's greatest asset and one of the best dancers in the region. With deft acting skills and technical prowess, Diaz-Martinez brilliantly embodied the mischievous fairy Puck, Oberon's servant. 

 

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A review of the Australian Ballet by Jill Sykes in The Sydney Morning Herald.

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But in the Australian Ballet's latest triple bill, Faster, diversity is missing. There is plenty of fast, technically impressive dancing in an abstract mode but not enough light, shade and difference to show each piece at its best.

 

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