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Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a Damnation

Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a Damnation

Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a Damnation The Met press office has just confirmed that the company’s 2020 revival of La Damnation de Faust has been converted into four concert performances January 25 – February 8, with scheduled performances February 4, 12, and 15 canceled. The schedule change “is driven by the unanticipated technical demands of reviving the Met’s staged production, impossible to accommodate within the company’s production schedule.”  It should be noted that the &8220;impossible to ... Read More »

Pubies come out first

Pubies come out first

Pubies come out first Friends, Romans and Rosa Feola fans, presenting your top ten parterre box posts for the lusty month of May! The 2019 Pubie Awards Gold rush Like a prayer The end is the beginning of the end Two can be as lonely as one Something With a &8216;Ring&8217; to It Hoarders And the 2019 Pubies go to&8230; And yet she persisted &8220;I don&8217;t pretend I am what I am not&8221; Source: Music-2 ... Read More »

An Unexpected (But Surprisingly Appropriate) Career Transition: From Dancer to Pro Wrestler

An Unexpected (But Surprisingly Appropriate) Career Transition: From Dancer to Pro Wrestler

An Unexpected (But Surprisingly Appropriate) Career Transition: From Dancer to Pro Wrestler Although the dance world has its fair share of divas, there is a different type of diva that’s coming out of the dance studio. “Diva” is the coined term for a female professional wrestler in the World Wrestling Entertainment organization. More than a few dancers—as well as gymnasts and cheerleaders—have taken their training and applied it to successful careers in this comical yet ... Read More »

Meet Adam Murray, the Choreographer Behind Rocketman's Mesmerizing Musical Numbers

Meet Adam Murray, the Choreographer Behind Rocketman's Mesmerizing Musical Numbers

Meet Adam Murray, the Choreographer Behind Rocketman's Mesmerizing Musical Numbers Rocketman is not your typical biopic. The film charts Elton John’s rise to fame and the construction of his beloved, audacious persona in the only way that could be appropriate for the subject: via a splashy, fantastical movie musical bursting with over-the-top production numbers. We chatted with Adam Murray, the British choreographer who worked with director Dexter Fletcher and star Taron Egerton, to find out ... Read More »

A Natalia Osipova Documentary Is Hitting Theaters Tomorrow

A Natalia Osipova Documentary Is Hitting Theaters Tomorrow

A Natalia Osipova Documentary Is Hitting Theaters Tomorrow You never quite know what’s going to happen when Natalia Osipova steps onstage—you know you’re in for something extraordinary, but the exact nature of what you’ll get is a mystery until it’s happening. It’s only fitting, then, that we would learn of Force of Nature, a new documentary following a year of the ballet superstar’s career, a day before its limited release in the UK. The film ... Read More »

Re-Mark Your Calendars: Nigel Lythgoe Explains Why National Dance Day Is Moving to September

Re-Mark Your Calendars: Nigel Lythgoe Explains Why National Dance Day Is Moving to September

Re-Mark Your Calendars: Nigel Lythgoe Explains Why National Dance Day Is Moving to September Back in 2010, “So You Think You Can Dance” producer Nigel Lythgoe established National Dance Day, an annual celebration of all things dance and a fundraiser for the dance education nonprofit then known as the Dizzy Feet Foundation. Since then, NDD has become a phenomenon. Each year, dancers and dance fans have learned an official NDD routine, showed up in droves ... Read More »

Simply red

Simply red

Simply red Beyond the ubiquitous The Four Seasons, Antonio Vivaldi’s best-known work may be his Gloria but that choral favorite isn’t all that typical of the composer’s liturgical music so “Trove Thursday” explores instead a dozen solo sacred works by the Red Priest sung by Christophe Dumaux, Maria Espada, Rosa Feola, Ann Hallenberg, Roberta Invernizzi, Philippe Jaroussky, Simone Kermes, Gérard Lesne, Roberta Mameli, Sara Mingardo, Jakub Jósef Orlinski and Sandrine Piau.  Stravinsky (or perhaps it ... Read More »

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