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Thursday, October 15


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Pacific Northwest Ballet makes a digital return after a seven month closure.

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I thought of that moment while watching PNB’s first digital rep of its all-online pandemic season. The program consists of excerpts from nine ballets, all but one of them familiar (Albert Evans’ lyrical “One Body” makes its PNB premiere here, danced with flowing lightness by Christopher D’Ariano), most of them solos or pas de deux. All are newly performed and recorded, under elaborate social distancing protocols. The selected works run the gamut from traditional classicism (Kent Stowell’s “Swan Lake”) to neoclassicism (George Balanchine’s “Jewels”) to contemporary dance (Marco Goecke’s “Mopey”), providing a vivid demonstration of the breadth of a 21st-century ballet company.

 

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A death notice for Susan Hendl.

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Susie was loved by and worked closely with Jerome Robbins on many of his most iconic ballets including The Cage, Dances at a Gathering, Opus 19 and Other Dances. Jerry's faith in Susie's impeccable taste and dedication to ballet was immense.

 

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