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Photos for the 1st week of Romeo + Juliet are up.

That costume for Jock Soto is absolutely horrible. :)

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Photos for the 1st week of Romeo + Juliet are up.

That costume for Jock Soto is absolutely horrible. :)

By concensus thus far, the outfit for Joaquin De Luz (Tybalt) is winning that particular contest.

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:jawdrop: LOVES :lol:

Have I got that right, Mr. Kirkeby?

But for those beautiful dancers, :)

And especially, thanks for those photos of each of the R + J pairs,

and for giving us large pictures!

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I was immediately struck by the beauty of Erica's left hand here. It was certainly consistent with her wonderful use of hands in the Swan Lake video. She may well become a dancer known for (among other gifts) eloquent hands.

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How exciting to see so many young, fresh dancers in major roles. I think this production is noteable for that reason alone.

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And it's amazing how those photos can be improved when you use iPhoto, for example. :speechless-smiley-003:

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Do you recall the colors used in the Dick Tracey film of a few years ago... Kirkeby's use of color recalls this effort. Of course Dick Tracy was also a comic book interpreted in film... and the strong hues recalled the pages of the comics. I think this staging has that comic book look. What say you?

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Thick, squiggly black lines seem to be turning into a major Danish export to NYC. Gottllieb got it right when he called the colors "rancid" -- their garishness is like Koolaid which has spoiled.

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Not in the FRC essay, but you can find a smallish photo of the Wedding scene (Hubbe, Hyltin, Fairchild, and Pazcoguin) -->here.

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Three new photos, all from the ballroom scene, all featuring the Hyltin-Fairchild cast.

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New pics offer treats for fans of Kowroski, who is shown in three Robbins works: Dances at a Gathering, and with Neal in both I'm Old Fashioned and In G Major.

And what a shot of Mearns assemble-ing in Walpurgisnacht!

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Nine photos this week :beg: , including more treats for Mearns fans. See her in Serenade and Dances at a Gathering. I especially like the latter.

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If you haven't yet seen Wheeldon's new The Nightingale and the Rose, this week's photos give three moments.

Also two photos of SAB students (Les Gentilhommes and Serenade), and one of Serenade with Hanna, Kowrosky, Kistler and Bouder.

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Does anyone know the name of the dancer on the right in the GENTILHOMMES photo...the Hispanic boy who looks a little like Bujones?

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Hmmm...nobody by that name was listed in the programme that day, although he may have subbed. And they don't announce corps-level substitutions.

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Javier Ubell has straight, shiny black hair and does not resemble Bujones as much as he does Angel Corella.

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Does anyone know the name of the dancer on the right in the GENTILHOMMES photo...the....boy who looks a little like Bujones?

That good-looking, tallish, young man looks like Matthew Dowsett (on the far right of the picture). And, yes, he is very handsome....

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That good-looking, tallish, young man is Matthew Dowsett (on the far right of the picture). And, yes, he is very handsome....

Actually, I believe that is Joe Hernandez in the photo on the right...not Matt.

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Thanks, Abby. A really nice dancer, and I bet we'll be seeing more of him.

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yes, Joseph Hernandez is on the right with Matt Renko in the center.

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