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JAN 2004

interviews

Tiit Helimets: From Albrecht to Krishna
by Stuart Sweeney
"[David Bintley] sets you challenges and will test you in many different ways for a year or two – comedy, drama, a life story. He will try you out to see what sort of a dancer you are."
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Jo Strømgren: Drawn to the Tragic and the Absurd
by Jurate Terleckaite
"I lived the whole of my life in Norway which is very civilised country without any problems at all, no problems to resolve or to fight, unlike former Soviet artists or now English working class artists or the Muslim population in France. They need to make things and to show, while I have nothing of that.  I live on a different planet."
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in our forums

Issues

· Politics and Dance
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How do you find choreographic opportunities?

Fun Stuff

· Your favorites and not-so-favorites for 2003?
·
Best Behind the Scenes CD/Video

Dance Miscellany
· Best and Worst of 2003
· "The Company," a Ballet Movie
Ballet

· Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Balanchine's Birth
·
Nikolai Tsiskaridze
· Australian Ballet 2003-2004

Modern Dance

· Merce Cunningham Dance Company 2003-2004
· Marie Chouinard
·
Next Wave Festival 2003 @ BAM, NYC

World Dance, Musicals and Social Dance

· Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de Amalia Hernandez
·
Burlesque/Revue

Danser en français

· TNOP Bastille - Ivan le terrible du 12 décembre 2003 au 7 janvier 2004
· Harry Potter

UK Performances
· Royal Ballet - MacGregor, Tuckett, Maliphant Mixed Bill - 2003
· Deborah Colker in London
The Studio

· Auditions - No Trespassing!
·
THEATRE BAG

Students' Questions and Experiences

· Oh no, not another question about becoming a dance teacher!
· Weekly Wrangle -- Reports of Successes and Challenges from students (and teachers!).

 Managing Dance
· Economic Boom in U. S. A. - A Relief to Non-Profits
·
Boston Ballet's Nutcracker Logistical Problems
Backstage
Auditions/Opportunities
Company Press Releases

company focus

Mark Morris Dance Group Click here to view the image gallery
Image Gallery

Interviews

Mark Morris on Lou Harrison, Léo Delibes and Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
by Mary Ellen Hunt -- August 2003

Milestone Enterprise -- Interview with Mark Morris
by Donald Hutera -- October 2001


Reviews

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'The Hard Nut'
by Mary Ellen Hunt
December 20, 2003 -- Berkeley, CA

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Going Away Party,' 'All Fours,' 'A Spell,' 'Gloria'
by Carol Herron
October, 2003 -- Washington, DC

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato' - 'Going Away Part,' 'All Fours,' 'Serenade,' 'Grand Duo'
by Lisa Claybaugh
September, 2003 -- Berkeley

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Resurrection,' 'A Lake,' 'Something Lies Beyond the Scene,' 'Foursome,' & 'Lucky Charms'
by Mary Ellen Hunt
October, 2002 -- Berkeley

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'The Hard Nut'
by Toba Singer
December, 2001 -- Berkeley

2001 Season at Jacob's Pillow - Buglisi/Foreman, Twyla Tharp, Mark Morris, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
by Stephen E. Arnold
October, 2001 -- Becket

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Grand Duo,' 'I Don't Want to Love,' 'V,' 'Peccadillos'
by Lyndsey Winship
October, 2001 -- London

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Grand Duo,' 'I Don't Want to Love,' 'V,' 'Peccadillos'
by Odile GB
October, 2001 -- London

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Grand Duo,' 'I Don't Want to Love,' 'V,' 'Peccadillos'
by Jwcw2
October, 2001 -- London

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Grand Duo,' 'I Don't Want to Love,' 'V,' 'Peccadillos'
by Luciana Brett
October, 2001 -- London

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Platée'
by Lisa Claybaugh
October, 2001 -- Berkeley

Mark Morris Dance Group - 'Four Saints in Three Acts,' 'Dido and Aeneas'
by Karen Drozda
September, 2000 -- Berkeley


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Mark Morris - UK tour 2001
Talk to Mark Morris
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Mark Morris in London 2001
Mark Morris' 'Platee'
Mark Morris 2001
Mark Morris: Fall/Winter 2000
Mark Morris' 'Four Saints in Three Acts'
Mark Morris
Mark Morris in Virginia, January 4, 2000
Mark Morris triple bill
Mark Morris' 'L'Allegro'
Mark Morris?
Mark Morris' Hard Nut
Mark Morris' 'The Hard Nut'
SF Ballet Stern Grove performances
Versions of the Nutcracker?
SF Ballet's "Raymonda" and "Sandpaper Ballet"
SF Ballet Gala 1/24/01
SFB's 2001 Season
SFB Prog 4 - 'Prodigal Son,' 'A Garden,' 'Raymonda, Act III'
San Francisco Ballet 2002 Season
San Francisco Ballet - Program 7
ABT Spring 2001
What is a good intro to ballet for those new to the art?
Memorable Moments/Performances: 2000-2001 Season
American Ballet Theatre 2001-02 US Tour
Thirteen/WNET's: "Born To Be Wild"
ABT Studio Company - Fall/Winter 2001-2002
Joanna Berman
San Francisco Ballet Gala 2002
San Francisco Ballet 2002 Prog 5 - 'A Garden,' 'Chi-Lin,' 'Black Cake,' 'Later'
Boston Ballet 2002-2003 Season
San Francisco Ballet 2002 Prog 7 - 'Silver Ladders,' Possokhov Premiere, 'Sandpaper'
Cal Performances 2002-2003 Season
Oregon Ballet Theatre 2002
San Franciso Ballet at Stern Grove Summer 2002
San Francisco Ballet 2002 Orange County Appearance
San Francisco Ballet in New York City October 2002
Boston Ballet 2002-03 Prog 1: 'Maelstrom,' 'Sharp side of Dark,' 'In The Middle...'
"The Leading Men of ABT"
San Franciso Ballet 2003 Rep Programs 1, 2 and 3
Boston Ballet 2003-04 Season
San Francisco Ballet 2003-2004 Season
Cal Performances 2003-2004 Season
San Francisco Ballet tour to Los Angeles, Fall 2003
The new Mark Morris Dance Group centre in NY
Barry Alterman-General Director, Mark Morris Dance Group
ENB mixed programme with Mark Morris piece
Mark Morris wins 2 major Awards
Laura Jacobs on Mark Morris
Mark Morris' Dance Center
SFB Gala in London
SFB Mixed Bill
San Francisco Ballet in Paris
News from the Royal New Zealand Ballet
Geneva Grand Theatre Ballet
SFB à Paris
Tournée du San Francisco Ballet en Angleterre


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Coming up...
· Interview with Cloud Gate's Lin Hwai-Min
· Jiri Kylian at the Paris Opera
· Hamburg Ballet tours the US
· Bill T. Jones comes to BAM
· New York City Ballet's Winter Season
· More reviews
· More interviews
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features

Dance of the African Diaspora: Why Black Dance Matters
by Beverley Glean
Dance in multi-cultural Britain is key to developing good inter-cultural and inter-racial relations.
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DanceUK/Dance Umbrella Symposium: Living in a Political World
Can dance comment on political issues or influence world events? Do artists have a responsibility to engage with political and social issues, making works of contemporary political resonance and relevance?
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The Martha Graham Company  in London:  Thoughts on the Panel Discussions
by Thea Nerissa Barnes
November 2003 -- London

For Capucilli, Graham works are one of the last bastions of human sensitivity, and as Martha would have encouraged, it is the dancer's responsibility to discover, listen and be alive with that sensitivity. Sketches from the "Chronicle" (1936) section, "Steps in the Street", with music by Wallingford Riegger speaks of 20th century urban despondence but has a resonance for today's 21st century spiritual desolation.
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DANSER EN FRANCAIS

l'Opéra National de Paris - 2003 Concours: Surprises et confirmations
par Catherine Schemm
23 décembre 2003 -- Opéra de Paris, Palais Garnier, Paris

Faute de peu de places à promouvoir, sept au total et en l'absence d'un concours de premier danseur, le concours débutait à 9h00 par les quadrilles filles.
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l'Opéra National de Paris - 'Ivan le Terrible'
par Laure-Myriam Jouilli
16 décembre 2003 -- Opéra de Paris, Bastille, Paris

J'ai baillé !!! Pour la première fois, à l'Opéra! Que dire de plus, après cela ? Car cet acte à lui seul traduit le sentiment ressenti (qui fut bien le seul) au cours de ces deux heures de représentation : l'ennui ! Cette représentation m'a profondément déçue, car je n'y ai vu qu'une super production à défaut d'y voir une superbe production.
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l'Opéra National de Paris - 'Soirée Balanchine/Robbins'
par Jean-Luc Donay
Soirée du 6 décembre 2003, matinée -- Opera de Paris, Palais Garnier, Paris

... Ce ballet est (pour moi) le plus musical des ballets de Balanchine. Aussi, les interprètes danseurs se doivent de connaître parfaitement la musique, chacun d'entre eux étant sensé être associé à une ligne musicale ou à un instrument. Laetitia Pujol a été correcte, sans être franchement intéressante. Je n'ai pas vu de fautes techniques, mais sur l'interprétation il manque vraiment quelque chose; elle aligne les pas sans être concernée.
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l'Opéra National de Paris - 'Pavane,' 'Glacial Decoy,' 'Trait d'Union,' 'Liebesliederwaltz'
par Catherine Schemm
Soirée du 22 décembre 2003 -- Opera de Paris, Palais Garnier, Paris

Merveilleuse alternance. Pavane nous permettait de revoir une des créatrices du rôle à savoir Céline Talon entourée de Gil Isoart, lui aussi participant de la création et Alessio Carbone. La chorégraphie prend un nouvel essor avec ce trio, car Céline apporte une puissance fantastique à cette oeuvre toujours aussi courte..
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l'Opéra National de Paris - 'Pavane,' 'Glacial Decoy,' 'Trait d'Union,' 'Liebesliederwaltz'
par Catherine Schemm
Soirée du 17 décembre 2003 -- Opera de Paris, Palais Garnier, Paris

Une soirée bizarre malgré des interprètes hors pairs.  Sur le papier, la soirée était déjà étonnante, mais cela se confirme sur scène et le sentiment qui en résulte est mitigé, la soirée n'est ni contemporaine, ni classique, ni emballante, ni totalement ratée.
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Christine Bastin: Choses inhabituelles dans le hip-hop
par Lili
2 décembre 2003 -- Le Vesinet

Faute de peu de places à promouvoir, sept au total et en l'absence d'un concours de premier danseur, le concours débutait à 9h00 par les quadrilles filles.
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US tour reviews

Kirov Ballet - 'Nutcracker'
by Dani Crawford
December 23, 2003 -- Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.

...seemingly flawless technique and execution. They look powerful, commanding and beautiful. Their bodies are expressive and they do create a stunning visual experience.
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editors' picks

Los Angeles
· Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal - 'Minus One'
Jan 30-31, Cerritos Center, Cerritos.  The dance troupe from Montreal brings a tribute to choreographer Ohad Naharin.
· State Street Ballet - 'Tango and Malombo'
Feb 7-8, Lobero Theater, Santa Barbara.  A South American-themed program in collaboration with Gisele Ben Dor.

Philadelphia
· Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
Jan 29-31, Zellerbach Theatre, Philadelphia
Hubbard Street Dance returns to Philly with a program including a new work by Christopher Bruce and the east coast premiere of "Diphthong" by company member Brian Enos.
· DanceBoom!
Jan 21 - Feb 8, Wilma Theater, Philadelphia
The third annual DanceBoom! festival, a platform for exciting new, independent, and innovative performances, begins on Jan 21 and continues for three weeks.

New York
· New York City Ballet
Jan 2004, New York State Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York
Winter schedule begins Jan 6. Jan22 is Balanchine's 100th birthday celebration.
· Altogether Different, Joyce Theater
Jan 6-18, Joyce Theater, New York
This year the annual showcase includes John Kelly & Company, Ben Munisteri Dance Projects, Rebecca Stenn/PerksDanceMusicTheatre, Margie Gillis, and Peter Pucci.

San Francisco Bay Area
· Oakland Ballet - 'Lone Woman,' 'Sightings,' 'Thirsting'
Jan 22-25, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. For their first performnce in San Francisco in 20 years, Oakland Ballet boasts works by local choreographers Robert Moses, Margaret Jenkins and Robert Henry Johnson.
· San Francisco Ballet - Opening Gala
Jan 28, War Memorial Opera House, SF. Although the showstopper duets from the company's stars will get the crowd going, there are also sure to be plenty of debuts from the up-and-coming favourites as well.

London
· New Adventures/Matthew Bourne- 'Play Without Words'
Jan 4-24, National Theatre. "Play Without Words," winner of Olivier Awards for Best Entertainment and Best Theatre Choreographer, returns to the National by huge public demand.
· Protein Dance - 'The Banquet'
Jan 15, Bonnie Bird Theatre, Laban.
Blending high drama with comic insight, Protein Dance is fast making its mark in contemporary dance with sly and subversive humour.
· Royal Ballet - 'Giselle'
Jan 12 to Feb 7, Royal Opera House.
Sir Peter Wright's unfussy staging of an old favourite ballet.

Paris
· Opéra de Paris, Palais Garnier
Ballet du Bolchoi du 7 au 24 janvier 2004
- 'Le Lac des cygnes,' du 7 au 11 janvier 2004
- 'La Fille du Pharaon,' du 15 au 18 janvier 2004
- 'Clair Ruisseau', du 21 au 24 janvier 2004
· Opéra de Paris, Bastille
'Ivan le Terrible' du 2 au 7 janvier 2004
· Théâtre du Châtelet
'Fosse,' comédie musicale
Du 9 janvier au 14 février

Tallinn, Estonia
· Estonian National Ballet - 'The Nutcracker' (Murdmaa)
Jan 4, 10, 11, at 12.00, Estonia Opera House. Mai Murdmaa's production with art nouveau designs and fine choreography.
· Descendance (Australia)
Jan 9, 2004 Estonia Concert Hall
Descendance preserves and promotes Aboriginal culture and represents Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers from many diverse tribes.

Leipzig
· Leipziger Ballett / Uwe Scholz- 'The Rite of Spring'
Jan 22, 24, 31, Feb 6, Opera House. Scholz's daring double version of Stravinsky's classic in a provokingly personal solo interpretation by stupendous Giovanni di Palma and a drastic ensemble choreography with fragile Kiyoko Kimura in the solo part.

Rome
· Conference by Richard Haisma

Jan 17, at 11.00 a.m., Teatro Ateneo, "La Sapienza" University.  A conference open to everybody, not only ballet goers, coordinated by Vito De Bernardi, professor of History of Dance, at Siena University

reviews

Jennie Somogyi in NutcrackerNew York City Ballet - 'The Nutcracker': The View from the Fifth Ring
by Mary Ellen Hunt
December 27, 2003 -- New York State Theater, New York City

From this lofty vantage point you can see everything. Who really points their feet when in those spectacular arabesques? Are those lines and patterns actually straight when seen from above? And most importantly, who acknowledges those dance aficionados in the cheap seats with even a glance up to the fifth ring?
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'The Wind in the Willows': Return to Riverbank has Flair
by Stuart Sweeney
December 23, 2003 -- Linbury Studio Theatre, London

Best of all is the fine ensemble playing with Matthew Hart as the hyper-kinetic Toad, producing giggles whenever he appears. Will Kemp as Ratty finds a level of detail and subtlety -- an arched eyebrow here, a dramatic pose there -- that marks him out as an exceptional performer.
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Pennsylvania Ballet Waltz of SnowflakesPennsylvania Ballet - 'The Nutcracker': Hits and Humbugs
by Lori Ibay
December 20 and 28, 2003 -- Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA

Pennsylvania Ballet's Although some creaky sets could be tweaked (and the Stahlbaums probably shouldn't be getting flurries in their living room), great performances by the dancers add sparkle to lackluster choreography.
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Dance Connecticut - 'Nutcracker': Go West, Young Woman!
by S.E. Arnold
December 20-23, 2003 -- The Bushnell, Hartford, CT
The ballet's Sierra Nevada setting, its mid-19th century Gold Rush time frame, and its cast of historical personages combine with its scenic wonders to move the traditionally urbane and confectionary "Nutcracker" into a kind of historical romance that celebrates the natural world.
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Mark Morris Dance Group
'The Hard Nut': Christmas With the Wacky Relatives

by Mary Ellen Hunt
December 20, 2003 -- Cal Performances, Berkeley, CA
Morris must be the master of American kitsch. Watching the act unfold, I found my mind calling up images of everything from the curse of Carabosse in "The Sleeping Beauty" to Steve Martin belting out "Be a DENTIST!" in "Little Shop of Horrors."
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American Ballet Theatre - 'Nutcracker':  ABT Returns to Please and to Puzzle
by Jeff Kuo
December 20, 2003 -- Segerstrom Hall, Costa Mesa, CA
As the Sugar Plum Fairy and Her Cavalier, Paloma Herrera and Marcelo Gomes cut a swath through the ballet. Herrera’s dancing seems to have become more approachable even over the short time I have been watching ballet. Her virtuosity and technical polish haven’t diminished one iota, and the razor edge of her glamour is just as finely honed as always -- it's just that she seems less the balletic version of an übermensch and more a simply great dancer.
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Deborah ColkerCompanhia de Dança Deborah Colker - '4 Por 4,' 'Rota': Artistic Fusion at the Barbican
by Cassandra
December 2003 -- Barbican Theatre, London
"Vases" is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen, a coming together of dancers and props in a manner that is quite unique. As the dancers perform daringly between the uniform lines of pots, a host of glittering slender pendulums descend from above changing the landscape of the stage.
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American Ballet Theatre - 'Nutcracker': Valiant Dancers vs. Odd Choreography
by Art Priromprintr
December 18, 2003 -- Segerstrom Hall, Costa Mesa, CA

The dancers push through McKenzie’s undistinguished choreography admirably; McKenzie created most of this "Nutcracker," except the Waltz of the Flowers, which was done by John Meehan. McKenzie’s steps are overly active, filled with complicated lifts, twists and turns that often keep the dancers rushing to complete the moves instead of actually dancing.
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San Francisco Ballet's "Nutcracker"San Francisco Ballet - 'Nutcracker': Crying for Ecochange in a Humdrum Kingdom
by Toba Singer
December 17, 2003 -- War Memorial Auditorium, San Francisco

In spite of the sagging seats, sets, spirits, and costumes, there were some lovely moments in this past Wednesday evening’s performance. Drosselmeyer, performed by Peter Brandenhoff, takes on more and more of the absolutely necessary grandeur that Jorge Esquivel has been able to confer on the character.
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Oregon Ballet Theatre's Oregon Ballet Theatre - 'Nutcracker': Balanchine's Balm for the Eyes
by Dean Speer
December 13, 2003 -- Keller Auditorium, Portland

Singling out individual performers, I thought Yuka Iino and Alison Roper could not have been better in their respective parts as Sugar Plum Fairy and Dewdrop, with Karl Vakili as a sympathetic and excellent partner. Each got through the delicious yet tough choreographic assignments with strong technique, skill, and aplomb.
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Oregon Ballet Theatre's "The Nutcracker"Oregon Ballet Theatre - 'Nutcracker': Panache in Portland
by Francis Timlin
December 13, 2003 -- Keller Auditorium, Portland, OR

Balanchine's choreography for what can often be a deadly dull party scene in many Nutcracker versions (lots of milling about ad libitum, milling about, posing, random bits of movement) is refreshingly immediate and engages everyone onstage.
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State Street Ballet - 'Hollywood Nutcracker'
by Andre Yew
December 13, 2003 -- Lobero Theater, Santa Barbara, CA

If anyone could steal a scene from cute little girls in equally cute polka-dot dresses, it was Sergei Domrachev en travesti as Mae West and Children (set to music for Mother Ginger). Dancing with great verve and humor, Domrachev was improbable as an old lady dancing with male ballon and power (in character shoes!) with multiple fouette turns and jumps.

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Matthew Bourne's 'Nutcracker!': A Vote in the 'Frumpy Underdog Campaign'
by Emma Pegler
December 2003 -- Sadler's Wells, London

The cleverness of the monotony of the first act is revealed in the second act when the curtain raises to reveal a pink powder-puff Kingdom of the Sweets -- the contrast is delightfully cheery and one's fixed grin of approval doesn't waver for the next 45 minutes. Bourne's adaptations always have a social utility.
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Von Krahl Theatre - 'The Swan Lake': Deconstructing Petipa
by Holly Messitt
December, 13 2003 -- Dance Theater Workshop, New York

The creators of the work, Peeter Jalakas and Saha Pepelyaev, set out to question the use of the ways traditional Russian ballet, and in particular the original Swan Lake , provided ideological messages about beauty and behavior in the former Soviet Union.
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ODC San Francisco - 'The Velveteen Rabbit': Real Rabbits, Real Dancing, and Real Tears
by Lisa Claybaugh
December 6, 2003 -- Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco

Brian Fisher takes some death-defying dives into his oversized pillow and throws several mini-tantrums on his hands in a beautiful show of physical prowess and juvenile obstinacy.
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Parsons Dance Company with the Ahn Trio - 'Rise and Fall,' 'Caught,' 'Slow Dance,' 'Swing Shift'
by Lewis Whittington
December 4-6, 2003 -- Annenberg Center, Philadelphia

McRae is "caught" midair, advancing like a spectral being; her jetes traversing the entire stage, and her hovering position making it seem like she was being punched through another dimension.

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Za-Ji AcrobaticsAnhui Acrobatics Troupe - 'Za-Ji': A Feast of Feats
by Stuart Sweeney
November 17, 2003 -- The Peacock Theatre, London

This is a delightful show and the primary reason is the brilliance of the artistes as they balance and spin in a series of remarkable acts. Overall the women impress more than the men, showing that precision and elegance score more highly than sheer power.  Maybe that is why London's dance critics were out in force for the press night.

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Letter from the Editors
     In December we foretold Nutcrackers a’plenty and this month our prediction is realised with a host of “Nut” reviews. If only we were as good at forecasting horse races we’d make a fortune. However, alternatives keep springing up, including the entertaining “The Wind in the Willows” and “The Velveteen Rabbit."
      The universality of “The Nutcracker” -- and for that matter, of dance itself, represents a form of globalisation. Continuing on this theme, our interviews this month feature Tiit Helimets, an Estonian working in England and Jo Strømgren, a Norwegian interviewed in Lithuania and we have a feature on the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora. On the wider political arena, we report on the seminar, “Dance and Politics,” and you can give your views on this topic in the first of our collaborations with Dance Europe magazine.
      In January we also celebrate a great dance-maker, Mark Morris, with a range of articles, discussions and eighteen glorious images.
      If dance has inspired you lately, now’s the time to share your experiences and views in our
forum including our January Magazine Feedback Discussion Topic.

The Editors of Ballet-Dance Monthly

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