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Balletwannabe

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  1. https://www.google.com/amp/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/US/st-louis-ballet-dancer-vanishes-car-found-abandoned/story%3fid=59189589
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    Eating disorders and ballet

    A non-apology apology. Yup, that's a thing. I've gotten them.
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    Job posting for artistic director

    I realize it's a turn off that's he's all me me me I did this and that all the time...but that seemed like a great coaching session none the less. Even if he was "only" with NYCB for 7 years; that's still a long time for a ballet dancer. He has coaching value.
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    ABT 2019 Met Season

    The more I read about ABT the more I wonder why any dancer would want to work for them. You dance very little, and only if you're very very lucky will you ever dance a lead role. What is the draw to this company? Don't dancers join companies because they want to, you know, dance!?
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    Where is Brooklyn Mack?

    The board is delusional based on the qoutes in this article. Wake up...you're broke. Time to switch things up.
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    promotions 2018

    Crazy thought...maybe they'll decide in the end to just keep the interim team in place. Why ruin a good thing just because it's not traditional.
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    Job posting for artistic director

    Yikes...so he clearly can't run a company. Thanks for this info.
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    Job posting for artistic director

    I didn't realize he was that old! He looks good for his age.
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    Job posting for artistic director

    I'm curious as to the reasons why he's an obvious no? Obviously he has a huge ego. But so did Balanchine. He thought his choreography was so brilliant (it was, to be fair) that individual dancers shouldn't think of themselves as stars. His choreography was the star. Talk about ego... To be honest...I really liked his idea that he presented in his last videos (ballet to Broadway as a way to bring in more $$).
  10. Do you work for NYCB? I don't know why you would assume it's "likely" the dancers don't care, or that they're overestimating the effect of the lawsuit (do you know how many letters they've received from donors withdrawing support?), unless you work for NYCB.
  11. How do you know they don't know the facts? If Ramasar admitted to the existence of the texts publicly, I would think the dancers would know even more, privately (Sterling H. has said there is more the public doesn't know). With the texts alone however, that's enough to justify any female dancers discomfort.
  12. To be fair though, we have no idea what each NYCB dancer thinks about what was said; they have no choice but to stand there and clap.
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    New York City Ballet Fall Season

    They have some updating to do..still lists Martin's, and the State Theater instead of Koch. But maybe that one was on purpose? Ha.
  14. So again about the hotel room...if this is true, NYCB has some 'splainin to do. They should have fired him then. How does destroying a hotel room not violate the code of conduct??
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    New York City Ballet Fall Season

    I could be wrong. I thought he said it in a dance video I was watching.. can't recall which one. I wonder why they don't list apprentices on the "dancers" NYCB webpage?
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