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Talented Russian troupe dances a family-friendly ‘Don Quixote’

By Steve Sucato
News Contributing Reviewer

When Moscow Festival Ballet took the Mainstage in the University at Buffalo Center for the Arts on April 8 in “Don Quixote,” I experienced a feeling of déjà vu as if I had seen this Russian touring company before. 544 more words

The Buffalo News

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's 'Don Quixote' returns with fresh faces in the lead roles

By Steve Sucato

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre closes its 44th season with an updated production of the comedic classic Don Quixote, to be performed with the orchestra April 11-13 at the Benedum Center. 417 more words

Pittsburgh City Paper

Currently Reading: Don Quixote

Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

I’m glad to finally have enough time to read books again (and I do, actually, even though this is a book I’m reading for school). 305 more words

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Don Quixote - Miguel De Cervantes

Translated by Edith Grossman

Whenever I read a particularly long book and it takes me several months to finish it, it becomes part of me, like an old friend. 1,231 more words

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Don Quixote: The Ballet Performance

Transferring something as involved and epic as a seventeenth century masterpiece into a medium devoid of dialogue provides a rich tapestry of discussion; throughout history various works of art, from literature and music have been systematically translated from one language into another, but it isn’t until these works are translated into another medium that the very nature of the work is called into question, especially when the new medium is seen as uncompromisingly unsuited or different to the original. 513 more words

LITERATURA TRAS LAS REJAS

Tropecé con un cuestionario entretenido e informativo acerca de obras importantes de la literatura universal que han sido escritas, en todo o en parte, cuando sus autores estaban en la cárcel. 226 more words

Martha Cecilia Rivera

‘Tis mine to seek for life in death,
Health in disease seek I,
I seek in prison freedom’s breath,
In traitors, loyalty.

So Fate that ever scorns to grant…

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