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Ballet as Pop Art

I think it’s safe to say that no-one dances Don Quixote like the Bolshoi. The ballet is shallow, it’s showy, but, particularly in the first act, its exuberance is a kind of paean to the art form itself, the joy of the stage, the stirring effect of dozens of bodies moving with the kind of amplitude and produced by years and years of training. 26 more words

Flamenco Special

Kristina Karaserva, choreographed by Marius Petipa on Don Quixote by Ludwig Minkus.

Review: Disney's Girl Meets World and I Didn't Do It — Walt's spinning in his grave

Girl Meets World: C+

I Didn’t Do It: D-

Don’t be mistaken—despite its relationship with Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World is a Disney Channel sitcom through and through. 1,577 more words