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Sunday, January 24


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A review of San Francisco Ballet in " A Midsummer Night's Dream" by Lyndsey Winship in The Guardian.

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Meanwhile, Sasha De Sola’s fairy queen Titania is quite above it all, basking nobly in her own perfection. The veneer never slips, even when she wakes to find Bottom in her bed, she merely pushes him aside, barely bothered. A bit of an anticlimax, perhaps, but in line with a story where, as adeptly as these japes and trivial love triangles are outlined on stage, it all feels of so little consequence. Maybe in a live performance the sense of occasion and the energy of the room would make this matter less, but despite the abundance of movement and colour on stage, it’s an example of the reduced experience that comes with the small screen.

 

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The Astana Ballet presents "The Nutcracker."

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On the first day of the performance, Mariinsky Theater’s actors, prima ballerina Oksana Skorik and soloist Yevgeny Konovalov, will stage Mashenka and the Nutcracker at the Astana Ballet for the first time  

On the second day, Jan. 30, Astana Ballet’s leading soloists Tatyana Ten and Sundet Sultanov will rotate in and star as well. 

 

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