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Deflope

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  1. From the NY Times https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/04/arts/television/dark-shadows-stream.html
  2. One of the repetiteurs, Vladimir Nikonov, was hospitalized with pneumonia shortly after the Bolshoi began rehearsals and died not long after.
  3. Christopher Tolkien was the son of JRR Tolkien and after his father’s death, spent the better part of the last 40 years analyzing his father’s notes and drafts on Middle Earth and trying to create a cohesive narrative out of it. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/jan/16/jrr-tolkiens-son-christopher-dies-aged-95
  4. Looks like they’re rebooting Dark Shadows again. At least this time, it looks like it’s a sequel. https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/dark-shadows-the-cw-1203329640/ CW attempted a reboot in 2004, that never got past the pilot phase. Jessica Chastain was actually in it, as Carolyn. It’s been screened at fan conventions and a low quality bootleg is floating around https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x70m1p9
  5. I’ve been watching both the original and 1991 version of Dark Shadows and wow, the character of Barnabas Collins has not aged well. I get it, he’s a vampire and is supposed to be evil, but even in the moments where he tries to be “human”, he comes across as narcissistic and controlling. I actually started to wonder if Angelique was a victim of gaslighting. On the plus side, the 1991 version is full of eye candy and a young Joseph Gordon Levitt does great job playing what is essentially the world’s worst babysitting assignment I also rewatched both the original Dark Crystal, as well as
  6. The Rhythm Dance theme this year is musicals. This is my favorite so far. https://youtu.be/QapoxO6GGok This girl is one to watch. I noticed her because Anna Okuneva (Soloist with Stanislavsky) mentioned she works with her and it shows in the arms and carriage https://youtu.be/U-1g3OqVIMo
  7. Judging by world Ballet Day rehearsals, it looks like it will be Krysanova-Motta Soares, Ovcharenko-Denisova and Vinogradova-Podubnyak in the lead roles.
  8. Alexandrova, like Lantrayov, was injured this spring and they were both recently in Germany doing rehab.
  9. Maybe this is a little early as we’re still in the 2018-19 season but four recent grads are set to make their debuts this month Elizaveta Kokoreva, Dmitri Smilevski and Maria Pozdnyakova in Taming of the Shrew https://www.bolshoi.ru/performances/714/roles/#20190705190000 Ivan Poddubniak In Raymonda https://www.bolshoi.ru/performances/63/roles/#20190713190000 his bio is even up already https://www.bolshoi.ru/persons/ballet/65654/
  10. And here it is https://www.bolshoi.ru/about/press/articles/tours/London-tour-2019/ (Sorry on phone so cant do the transliteration)
  11. In the US, he was most known for Romeo and Juliet, but many of his opera productions are classics, real feasts for the eyes.
  12. Reviews. These are all behind a pay wall (except for the Independent review) but the snippets say enough https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/review-sergei-polunin-at-the-london-palladium-mfhmdtwn3 https://www.telegraph.co.uk/dance/what-to-see/sergei-polunin-reviewlondon-palladiumbanalpeculiar-barely-ballet/ https://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/2019/sergei-polunin-programme-1-review-at-london-palladium-tedious-and-uncomfortable/ https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/theatre-dance/reviews/sergei-polunin-review-london-palladium-the-royal-ballet-hozier-jennifer-lawrence
  13. It sounds like it’s a straight drama rather than a musical, a la Carmen Jones or the hip hop version with Beyoncé). https://variety.com/2019/film/news/jamie-dornan-melissa-barrera-carmen-sony-pictures-classics-1203215452/#article-comments Im guessing Jamie Dornan is the Don Jose character.
  14. I didn’t feel like starting a new topic for this year’s gala Jared Leto’s the most interesting to me Oldie but the first thing that came to mind when I saw Roberto Bolle’s gloves is to pray he doesn’t snap his fingers https://www.instagram.com/robertobolle/p/BxI3NsynibX/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=f9tyszy7h9f0
  15. I think the episode about the circumstances surrounding first marriage shows this was a societal problem On another note, Dana Moore talks about working with Michelle Williams https://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/how-michelle-williams-learned-to-dance-on-fosse-verdon-67916/
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