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 Post subject: National Ballet of Canada workshop
PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2000 10:17 am 

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A review of a workshop performance by the NBoC in the Betty Oliphant Theatre.<P><BR> <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>The importance of the first National Ballet of Canada choreographic workshop in more than five years cannot be overstated. Such workshops not only provide one of the few avenues for creating new dances, but also are a showcase for new talent. Artistic director James Kudelka began his career in the workshop arena, so he, in particular, is among those sympathetic to the creative urge. When -- just a month ago -- he announced this past weekend's workshop, six dancers and one apprentice answered his call. As well, Kudelka also weighed in with a new duet.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Did any of our Canadian readers see this performance?<P>As always, 'The Globe and Mail' URLs are too clunky to use and they are so bad that none of our usual tricks work. So go the link below and search in the box on the left-hand side for 'National Ballet of Canada'.<P> <A HREF="" TARGET=_blank></A>

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