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The Mobius of Love

The figures of Romeo and Juliet are so iconic in western culture, and the notion of Shakespeare’s “star-cross’d” lovers so pervasive, that many manifestations of their story seem very familiar, even clichéd. 637 more words


Are you a dancer who has a blog or would like hints for setting one up?

Catherine Tully (see link below) has asked me to promote a new resource for dancers. I am happy to post this information.

Who are we?

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how to: beat the monday blues

Happy Monday, all!  A few fun reads from around the web to get you through the world’s most dreaded weekday…

Ballet is Boring. (ha.)

The truth about ballet dancers. 56 more words


It's show time.....

When it comes to evening entertainment, my dance card is usually quite empty but over the last couple of weeks I’ve been out twice to two (very different) theatre experiences. 624 more words


up close on festival

Back in May, as we prepared for the final set of Up Close On Hope performances, the halls of Festival Ballet acquired a new inhabitant.  Although temporary and exceedingly subtle (I imagine this is the mark of a truly cunning journalist), the presence of Ms. 4,122 more words


My Monthly Favorites: JULY


1. Brandy Melville

Alright, now i’m sure EVERY other Brandy Melville crazed girl would kill me for saying this, but I wasn’t very impressed with Brandy before a few weeks ago. 442 more words


The Many Benefits of Moving

It’s always hard to move away. I have lived in my current location on the East Coast for three years now, and I am planning on moving to California. 295 more words