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Guillaume Côté was born in Lac-Saint-Jean, Québec. He studied at TORONTO’s National Ballet School, joined The National Ballet of Canada in 1998 and became a Principal Dancer in 2004.

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Ballet Review: The Nutcracker

The National Ballet of Canada’s annual production of The Nutcracker is a festive and fun way to get into the Christmas spirit.

Going to see… 837 more words



These are a photos of my wife Dido from her previous life, before she met me and before she became a leading UK pediatric occupational therapist and internationally acclaimed researcher into the development of children’s brains. 151 more words

Adam Green

Ballet: The Unattainable Art Form

Her heart was pounding loud in her head and the dizziness was overwhelming. She couldn’t focus on what was in front of her. She went outside to get air and the next thing she knew, she was lying on the ground of her high school. 812 more words


Blogs and tutus

Thank-you for visiting my  new website and blog!

Two weeks ago my first article as a guest blogger for The Ballet Bag, Behind the Tutu… 83 more words


Canadian choreographer Brian Macdonald dies at 86

TORONTO – Canada’s performing arts community is mourning the death of Brian Macdonald, a Tony Award-nominated choreographer and director who was considered a prolific pioneer in the dance, opera and theatre worlds. 363 more words