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 Post subject: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 12:21 pm 
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Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center presents the second annual edition of Ballet Across America, June 15-20. Lisa Traiger previews the companies and their programming selections in the Washington Post.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
PostPosted: Wed Jun 16, 2010 2:07 pm 
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Ballet Across America opened on Tuesday, June 15 with performances by the Houston Ballet (Stanton Welch's "Falling"), the Suzanne Farrell Ballet (Balanchine's "Monumentum pro Gesualdo" and "Movements for Piano and Orchestra") andd North Carolina Ballet (Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux' "Shindig"). Sarah Kaufman reviews the performance in the Washington Post.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
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In the New York Times, Alastair Macaulay reviews the performances of Houston Ballet, Suzanne Farrell Ballet and North Carolina Dance Theatre.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
PostPosted: Sun Jun 20, 2010 8:38 pm 
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In the New York Times, Alastair Macaulay reviews the second of three programs in the 2010 edition of Ballet Across America: Trey McIntyre's "In Dreams" performed by Ballet Memphis; Ib Andersen's "Diversions" performed by Ballet Arizona; and Benjamin Millepied's "3 Movements" performed by Pacific Northwest Ballet.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
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Christopher Blank follows the progress of Ballet Memphis' appearance at the Kennedy Center in the Memphis Commercial Appeal.

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Sarah Kaufman reviews Program 2 with Ballet Memphis, Ballet Arizona and Pacific Northwest Ballet in the Washington Post.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
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In the Washington Post, Sarah Kaufman reviews Program 3: Jorma Elo's "Red Sweet" performed by the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet; Nacho Duato's "Por Vos Muero" performed by Tulsa Ballet; and Edwaard Liang's "The Age of Innocence" performed by the Joffrey Ballet.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
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Jane Vranish reviews all three programs in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
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"Shindig" wasn't my thing but it certainly got the crowd clapping along, which is very interesting to see at Kennedy Center. And sorry, Toba, Jim and James, for arriving just a tad late...


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 Post subject: Re: Kennedy Center Ballet Across America, June 2010
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Jeffrey Brown of PBS News Hour interviews artistic directors Dorothy Gunther Pugh of Ballet Memphis, Ashley Wheater of the Joffrey Ballet, and Ib Andersen of Ballet Arizona about the state of ballet in America. The first of two parts (includes video and transcript).

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