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dancingmeghan

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About dancingmeghan

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  • Birthday 04/19/1988

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  • Connection to/interest in ballet** (Please describe. Examples: fan, teacher, dancer, writer, avid balletgoer)
    student
  • City**
    5 min away from mexico
  • State (US only)**, Country (Outside US only)**
    texas
  1. The names of the fairies?

    I knew the canari qui chante/gold fairy had a more proper name then what my friend refered to her as...'crack fairy'
  2. Ballet Austin A Midsummer Night's Dream

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    Paramount Theatre - Tickets: $15 - $64 (service charges not included) 8pm | Sept 27, 28, 29 3pm | Sept 30 Delight in the magic and antics of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The timeless Paramount Theatre showcases the hilarity and beauty of Shakespeare's classic dreamlike tale. Whimsy, romance, fun and enchantment await…
  3. Ballet Austin- Don Quixote

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    To dream the impossible dream… The grand story of the adventurous dreamer from La Mancha soars onto the stage with the pageantry and flare worthy of Ballet Austin's long-awaited inaugural performance at the Long Center. First performed for royalty in 1869 by the “Father of classical ballet,” Marius Petipa, the exquisite sets and costumes heighten the excitement, humor and beauty of this historic ballet. Perfect for Mother’s Day weekend. We’re not just “tilting at windmills”...Join us as the dream of the Long Center…. is realized! The Long Center - Tickets: $25 - $75 (service charges not included) 8pm | May 9, 10 3pm | May 11
  4. Ballet Austin -New American Talent/Dance

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    Share in one of the nation’s most exciting interactive ballet opportunities as Stephen Mills continues his biennial search to recognize exceptional choreographic talent! Emerging dance makers chosen from a national selection process by a panel of renowned jurors compete for prestige, up to $20,000 in cash…and the chance to realize their dreams. Join in the fun as YOU, the audience, vote on your favorites from a field of world-premiere works, with styles ranging from the classical to the abstract. “Ladies and gentlemen, turn ON your cell phones” and vote! Paramount Theatre - Tickets: $15 - $59 (service charges not included) 8pm | Feb 14, 15, 16 3pm | Feb 17
  5. Ballet Austin- Cult of Color: Call to Color

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    Ballet Austin presents the exciting world premiere of a newly commissioned innovative visual art /dance collaboration, featuring the fantastical artwork and story of Trenton Doyle Hancock (Me a Mound), the original score of composer Graham Reynolds (A Scanner Darkly) and the unique choreography of Stephen Mills. This extraordinary production brings Hancock's mythology to three-dimensional life. Imaginative and mesmerizing, this work will mark the inauguration of the new AustinVentures StudioTheater. The dream comes to life... AustinVentures StudioTheater 8pm | Apr 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 3pm | Apr 6, 13
  6. Ballet Austin- New American Talent/Dance

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    Share in one of the nation’s most exciting interactive ballet opportunities as Stephen Mills continues his biennial search to recognize exceptional choreographic talent! Emerging dance makers chosen from a national selection process by a panel of renowned jurors compete for prestige, up to $20,000 in cash…and the chance to realize their dreams. Join in the fun as YOU, the audience, vote on your favorites from a field of world-premiere works, with styles ranging from the classical to the abstract. “Ladies and gentlemen, turn ON your cell phones” and vote! Paramount Theatre - Tickets: $15 - $59 (service charges not included) 8pm | Feb 14, 15, 16 3pm | Feb 17
  7. Are we having Sarabita...(Rolando Sarabia) at MCB?

    I've also heard this. Does anybody know when he'll join though? Because I thought he still had something broken.. It's unfortunate for us Texans..it was always so fun to watch him.
  8. Royal Ballet in San Antonio!

    I'm definetly going! I'm hoping to catch two shows but I don't know who to watch. I know all the Aurora's and Lilac's will be great but I want to watch someone who is devine in this ballet. Any suggestions?
  9. Ballet school

    But didn't they try a school for a few years in the 70's? Anybody know why it didn't go?
  10. Bolshoi touring?

    Well, I'm getting mine for $45.25. But it's a group discount because my studio bought group tickets (30). So I'm guessing about $50. I would look on www.ticketmaster.com and see the price and things on their site. Hope I helped!
  11. Bolshoi touring?

    Thank you all very much. I've got 4 tickets to Swan Lake on December 4! This is there first ever performance in MN. And I have pretty good tickets:)! They're also doing The Nutcracker but I couldn't afford tickets to those.
  12. Bolshoi touring?

    Does anybody know if the Bolshoi is coming to the U.S in the winter. I heard rumors about it and they where going to also come to Minnesota. I tried looking on their website but it says 'Under Construction'. Anybody know for sure?
  13. Ballet fiction

    I love reading biographies on dancers. My favorites are Margot Fonteyn: Autobiography, Anna Pavlova-the Genius of Dance, and I second Toni Bently's book (Winter Season). And I would suggest Gelsey Kirkland book. But I've lost it! I just bought it and was just about to read it when we had to move everything for our new carpeting, and now, gone! . And then there's a fiction book that even my sister read (that's saying something!). It's called 'Dancer' but I don't remember the author. ~*Meghan*~
  14. Best Video Tapes?

    I also love Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev dancing in Romeo and Juliet. With the Royal Ballet. Romeo and Juliet is one of my favorite ballets and Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev are both one of my favorite dancers so the video is doubly enjoying to me! ~*Meghan*~
  15. Top 20 companies

    I agree w/ Kirovboy! ~*Meghan*~
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