The Fall 2014 Issue
[Spring Guide 2014]
Those young lovers die in fifth position yet again
A classical Sylvia exchanges flashiness for humanity
Extra! Prince abandons court life to cultivate garden!
Pack the word postmodern away temporarily and relish harmony
Moira Shearer (1926-2006), Rebecca Wright (1947-2006)
ABT polishes a heritage; the dancers make it shine
Young dancing jewels and a rewarding exhibit bring a summer festival to a close
One lucky kitchen drudge meets her true prince; other folks scrub the floor for art's sake
Four companies celebrate in our city the 100th birthday of an English master choreographer
Barefoot on a stage and sneaker-shod in the park, two companies build sunlit images
Dancers wanted: Strong, skilled, and up for just about anything a choreographer can concoct
Crossing Categories, Generations, and Genders
An Englishman Works America, and a French Canadian Invades the Baroque
Playing Catch-Up in Heavy Traffic
Is Balanchine Spinning in His Grave, or Grinning Broadly?
Ancient & Postmodern, Irish & American, Lives & Deaths
Theater's Been in Flux All Century Long, So What's Left for It in the Next?
Ballet Companies Are Busy Acting Up
Treats Wholesome and Otherwise