Dancing Giselle: A Family Perspective
It’s been ten years and two children since I danced my first Giselle. Tonight, my husband and I step into the principal roles again – as parents.
October 18, 2012
Deborah Jowitt Workshop: The Renowned Dance Writer Visits With thINKing DANCE
“[Dance criticism] is a secondary art,” Deborah Jowitt says. “It’s a transparency through which to show a personal impression of something else.”
March 8, 2012
Open Rehearsal: An Intimate Glimpse at John Jasperse’s "Fort Blossom"
Spontaneous,engaging moments leave the viewer hungry for more and grateful that the artists have exposed their more personal selves.
February 29, 2012
Rio Retires; Two Ballerinas Talk
On the eve of her retirement, PA Ballet principal Riolama Lorenzo spoke with Julie Diana about her life on and off the stage.
February 9, 2012
Resurrecting the Past
Dancefusion Breathes Life into Historic Modern Dance
January 4, 2012
Chouinard #2: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Chouinard’s dancers threw themselves into the choreography and whipped through each phrase like demonic beasts. It’s just too bad Chouinard didn’t mix it up a bit.
December 14, 2011
PA Ballet Principal Julie Diana talks with Christine Cox, Artistic Director of Ballet X, about getting the company up and running.
November 10, 2011
Philadanco Packs a Punch
The dancer started swinging his hips to the beat, then turned to face the audience and flashed a “Let’s do this!” smile that was to mark the vivacious tone of the evening.
November 9, 2011