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 Post subject: New York City Ballet - Kennedy Center March 2005
PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 10:00 pm 
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Theme and Variations

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On October 11, 1948, a new troupe called New York City Ballet gave its first performance at a former Shriner's hall in midtown Manhattan, and changed the history of dance in America. <a href=http://www.playbillarts.com/features/article/1259.html target=_blank>more</a>


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 Post subject: Re: New York City Ballet - Kennedy Center March 2005
PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2005 1:54 am 
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NYCB - KENNEDY CENTER
March 2-7, 2005
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 2 AT 7:30PM
Theme and Variations: WEESE, MILLEPIED
Intermission
The Four Temperaments: ARTHURS, J. STAFFORD, KEENAN, RAMASAR, TINSLEY, ORZA, BOAL, SYLVE, ASKEGARD, EVANS, REICHLEN [Grant]
Intermission
I'm Old Fashioned: RUTHERFORD, KÖRBES, RINGER, HIGGINS, NEAL, HANNA

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3 AT 7:30PM
Glass Pieces: TINSLEY, HIGGINS, RUTHERFORD, FOWLER, KROHN, la COUR, WHELAN, NEAL
Intermission
Thou Swell: KISTLER, RINGER, BORREE, ARTHURS, SOTO, FAYETTE, MARTINS, ASKEGARD
Intermission
Stars and Stripes: BOUDER, WOETZEL, HYLTIN*, BAR, GOLD

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 4 AT 7:30PM
Divertimento No. 15: FAIRCHILD, TAYLOR, KÖRBES, BOUDER, WEESE, NEAL, J. ANGLE, HIGGINS
Intermission
Polyphonia: WHELAN, WEESE, ANSANELLI, TINSLEY, SOTO, VEYETTE, HALL, FOWLER [Moverman, Walters]
Intermission
West Side Story Suite: MILLEPIED, FAYETTE, HÜBBE, ARTHURS, RINGER, EDGE

SATURDAY MATINEE, MARCH 5 AT 1:30PM
Theme and Variations: FAIRCHILD*, DE LUZ*
Intermission
The Four Temperaments: ARTHURS, VEYETTE, BARAK, HALL, HANSON, FOWLER, SUOZZI, SYLVE, ASKEGARD, la COUR, REICHLEN [McDill]
Intermission
I'm Old Fashioned: RUTHERFORD, KÖRBES, RINGER, HIGGINS, J. ANGLE, HANNA

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 5 AT 7:30PM
Divertimento No. 15: FAIRCHILD, TAYLOR, KÖRBES, BOUDER, WEESE, NEAL, J. ANGLE, HIGGINS
Intermission
Polyphonia: WHELAN, WEESE, ANSANELLI, TINSLEY, SOTO, VEYETTE, HALL, FOWLER [Moverman, Walters]
Intermission
West Side Story Suite: MILLEPIED, FAYETTE, WOETZEL, ARTHURS, RINGER, LABEAN

SUNDAY MATINEE, MARCH 6 AT 1:30PM
Glass Pieces: TINSLEY, HIGGINS, RUTHERFORD, FOWLER, KROHN, la COUR, WHELAN, NEAL
Intermission
Thou Swell: KISTLER, RINGER, BORREE, ARTHURS, SOTO, FAYETTE, MARTINS, ASKEGARD
Intermission
Stars and Stripes: SYLVE, HANNA, HYLTIN, HANSON, ULBRICHT

SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 6 AT 7:30PM
Theme and Variations: WEESE, MILLEPIED
Intermission
The Four Temperaments: ARTHURS, J. STAFFORD, KEENAN, RAMASAR, TINSLEY, ORZA, SUOZZI, SYLVE, ASKEGARD, EVANS, REICHLEN [Grant]
Intermission
I'm Old Fashioned: RUTHERFORD, KÖRBES, RINGER, HIGGINS, NEAL, HANNA


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 Post subject: Re: New York City Ballet - Kennedy Center March 2005
PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 12:46 pm 
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City Ballet, Stepping Back in Time to the '40s

By Sarah Kaufman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, March 4, 2005; Page C04

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In the 1940s, as American might was growing overseas, big things were happening back home on the dance front. Take the revolutionary works of George Balanchine, where ballerinas got to flex their muscles, or Hollywood, where Fred Astaire used a waltz and a rumba to seduce one of the hottest wartime pinup girls.
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New York City Ballet's Urban Energy

By Sarah Kaufman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, March 5, 2005; Page C01

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"When I watch Balanchine work, it's so extraordinary I want to give up," grumbled Jerome Robbins in his journal in 1971. How very fortunate we are that he pushed past this and delivered, among other gems, "Glass Pieces," which the New York City Ballet gave a smart, revved-up performance on Thursday night at the Kennedy Center Opera House.
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 Post subject: Re: New York City Ballet - Kennedy Center March 2005
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NYC Ballet: Discipline and delusion

By Jean Battey-Lewis
The Washington Times
March 5, 2005
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The first night, its stunning performance of "The Four Temperaments" displayed the verve and discipline that make the company the wonder of the dance world. On the second, it offered a program so frothy as to make its claim to greatness seem delusional.
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