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Art meets transportation

Using public transportation to get school, work and everything in between is often time consuming, especially if you are commuting a long distance. Many commuters bring a book, newspaper, or tablet to occupy time during their commute, however, I’m sure we’ve all experienced that one time when we forgot our headphones or our most recent reading materials. 435 more words


NYCB Rodgers, February 24

NYCB’s All Rodgers program included three pieces by Richard Rodgers. First was Christopher Wheeldon’s Carousel (A Dance), using music from the musical Carousel. The next piece was Peter Martins’s  867 more words


Dancing together

May 2016

tl;dr getting compliments from fellow students in dance class can have a really huge positive impact, so I would like to commit to sharing my appreciation for my fellow dancers more… 701 more words


"go confidently . . ."

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler.”


~Henry David Thoreau

Musings . . .

Russian Ballet As Reality Show - Episode 2

Dear Readers:

Today I review Episode 2 of the RT reality show “Ballet à la Russe“.

For those who are not into classical ballet, well, all I can tell you is “I pity the poor fool who is not into classical ballet.”  But I can also tell you not to worry too much, I won’t be spending my next 10 posts on ballet.  925 more words


Theater Review: An American in Paris at the Pantages Theatre

“When you think of Paris, what comes to mind?” This question, posed somewhat oddly to the audience, sets the tone for An American in Paris… 718 more words

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