And the Oscar goes to...
Posted 21 February 2002 - 10:12 AM
Best New Ballet
Best Ballerina (or female lead)
Best supporting Ballerina (the soloist or corps)
Best Male Danseur
Best supporting Danseur
Best Director (of a company)
Best Special Effects
Best Scenery/Lighting for a piece
I can't really list the nominees, they'd be very NY based.
Telemann Overture (Barak)
I'm stuck on the males
(and the rest)
Posted 21 February 2002 - 12:56 PM
Last year was not a good year in Washington; this year will be better. I'll be interested to read who others nominate -- any city, or a mix of cities, would be fine smile.gif
Posted 21 February 2002 - 01:05 PM
Best supporting ballerina -- Ashley Bouder
Best male danseur -- Ethan Stiefel
Best supporting danseur -- Giuseppe Picone
Best choreographer -- Christopher Wheeldon
Best director of a company (thanks for the gimme, Calliope) -- Suzanne Farrell
Best special effects -- the Pied Piper (was that last year?)
Best lighting -- Hallelujah Junction
Best score -- Morgen
Lifetime Achievement -- Frederic Franklin
[ February 21, 2002: Message edited by: Farrell Fan ]
Posted 22 February 2002 - 04:05 AM
Best Ballerina (or female lead) Maria Kowroski. She stands alone.
Best supporting Ballerina (the soloist or corps): tough one, lots of very good choices. I might go for Janie Taylor, she's been looking very good lately.
Best Male Danseur: Damien Woetzel
Best supporting Danseur: another tough one, Benjamin Millipied
Best Choreographer: Elliot Feld, not only for what he has done for NYCB but also for his own company Ballet Tech.
Best Director (of a company): Peter Martins. All complaints aside he has maintained NYCB as the best there is, has kept the reprtory mostly intact and has allowed many new young choreographers to work with the company. How can you top that.
Best Special Effects: Felix by Feld (Ballet Tech)
Best Scenery/Lighting for a piece Ecstatic Orange
Best score: Agon or the Cage
Lifetime Achievement assuming still has to be alive: then Peter Martins.
[ February 22, 2002: Message edited by: hal ]
Posted 22 February 2002 - 09:06 AM
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