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The Bolshoi Ballet

by Linda on August 12, 2010

New chapter in our ongoing series of Ballet History articles, Linda looks at what the Bolshoi is made of: Bolshoi means big, an adjective that perfectly describes this ballet company. As the recent London season proves, they are bold, stylish and know how to put on a show.  They are also resilient, having lived through [...]

Romeo and Juliet

by Linda on January 8, 2010

Is this ballet for you? Go if: You can’t resist a tragic love story. New Moon is your favorite book of the entire Twilight Saga and you can quote a certain passage from Act II, Scene VI of Shakespeare’s play by heart (don’t worry we won’t tell anyone). You’ve never been to the ballet and [...]