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Review: ‘Director’s Cut’ at The Washington Ballet at The Kennedy Center

Ballet Elevated Earlier this month, the dance world rumbled a bit upon learning of the resignation of The Washington Ballet’s high-energy, effervescent Artistic Director Septime...

Review: ‘The Winter’s Tale’ at The Kennedy Center

The Winter’s Tale: Warm Production for a Cold Winter’s Night Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon has taken a challenging late Shakespearean play – The Winter’s Tale from...

‘Tour-de-Force: Serenade’ at The Washington Ballet at The Kennedy Center

The dancers, dusted in long, white tulle, reflect—shells on a dark beach. It is an opening, a closing, a commencement, an ending. Arms raise....

‘Ballet Across America III-Program B’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn...

Ballet Across America III-Program B: Cheers for the Home team, the Washington Ballet While George Balanchine was again celebrated in Ballet Across America III at The Kennedy Center Opera...

‘Ballet Across America III-Program A’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn...

Ballet Across America III-Program A: Opening Night:  A Trio of Top Troupes Takes The Stage For the return of Ballet Across America at The Kennedy Center Opera House, last...

National Ballet of Canada’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ at The Kennedy...

Canadian dancers chase away winter blahs Washington area folks are dealing with the winter doldrums and the concern about RGIII’s surgically repaired knee. If...

The Best of 2012: Part 1: ‘Dance Memories, 10 Favorites of...

Alicia’s star still shines the brightest Off stage, she is a stunning five foot 10 inch woman with incredibly long arms and legs that go...

New York City Ballet at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

  New York City Ballet Carries on the Message of the Master Ballet troupes have their ups and downs and dancers come and go, but the New...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ