Tag: Alexei Ratmansky
You can now watch Harlequinade!
Yup. You can see Alexei Ratmansky’s Harlequinade this week via the Australian Ballet’s LIVE! The Australian Ballet is thrilled to announce that their global live stream series continues with Alexei Ratmansky’s Harlequinade, available for audiences all over the world to enjoy on Friday, June 24. Originally created more than a century ago but lost to […]
Who will be the next Artistic Director of American Ballet Theatre?
Yesterday, news broke via the New York Times and American Ballet Theater’s press department that Kevin McKenzie, ABT’s Artistic Director for the last 30 years, will be stepping down after the 2021-2022 season. This is no surprise, as McKenzie’s peer, Helgi Tommason, the Artistic Director of San Francisco Ballet, recently announced he will step down at the end of next season, as well.
The Race for Balanchine’s Spot in History… replacing Mr. B
The 20th Century had George Balanchine, among other great choreographers (You may start reaming me now for using Balanchine as my choreographer of the 20th Century…) But since Balanchine, Massine, and the Diaghilev/ Ballets Russes eras… Who has filled their shoes? Who will be the next choreographer to go down in history and have a […]
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