Posted 02 June 2002 - 07:40 AM
A word about Woetzel's piece. Didn't find it that coherent or interesting a piece. The men looked great. BUt, as sneds had said to me before the piece-- and still holds true-- he doesn't seem, yet, to know how to choreograph well for women. I don't think he showed them off very well.
Posted 02 June 2002 - 08:48 AM
Jessica Flynn took the lead in Ballo and did a very fine job. Her performance reminded me a bit of Megan Fairchild, who will be doing the lead on Monday and did the lead I saw last year in Divertimento #15, they're both smaller, nicely proportioned dancers whose leg-work is like fine embroidery, and they both took one of the speediest and toughest roles in the repertory with impressive aplomb.
Posted 02 June 2002 - 08:56 AM
Central PA is just bursting with pride over a handful of young dancers in this year's SAB Student Workshop!
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Posted 03 June 2002 - 03:25 AM
Originally posted by Leigh Witchel
leg-work is like fine embroidery
What a wonderful phrase!
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I can reiterate what I hinted to earlier, central Pennsylvania is thrilled to know 3 of the 2002 Mae L. Wien Award winners very intimately. Gina Pazcoguin, Tyler Angle , and Allen Peiffer are all from central PA. Along with the fourth of the award winner, Jessica Flynn, they danced what my friend called, "A Wien worthy" performance.
Posted 05 June 2002 - 02:53 AM
Congratulations to all those Wien award winners! You deserve to be very proud.
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