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Shakespeare Dream Bill: Birmingham Royal Ballet

Autumn is finally here and with it comes a new season of theatre and dance. Leading the charge are Birmingham Royal Ballet with their Shakespeare triple bill, inspired by this year’s 400th anniversary celebrations. 832 more words

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weekend reads

What a whirlwind week it has been!  Everything was fast-paced: the days, the choreography, the jumping, the learning, the breathing…I’m feeling full, inspired, tired, and ready to head up to Maine for the week to watch my big brother get married.   55 more words

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whatever melts your butter

This week we welcome Elyse Borne into our studios to set Balanchine’s energetic Allegro Brillante.  Ms. Borne’s spry spirit seems to embody the ballet: abbreviated in length, yet loquacious as can be.   231 more words

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New Endings

It is September, when the leaves start turning, and serious ballet classes that demand serious commitment begin anew. I’ve been debating this year’s schedule and looking forward to trying a few different classes before signing up. 217 more words

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splash

Last night, driving toward the last sunset of summer layoff, I was stumbling in the description of my own confusing feelings on returning to the studio, and M said something  rather poetic. 164 more words

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a recipe

Confession: I have what M likes to refer to as a “ballerina fridge”.  In my defense, there are several factors that contribute to the sad state of my fridge on a Friday night.   261 more words

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a giveaway

To celebrate 2000 lovely folks following along on this little blog of mine, I’m partnering up with the beautiful Ashley Ellis (Boston Ballet principal and famed… 121 more words

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