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An interview with Daniel Ojeda and how ballet makes him feel like a superhero.
This February, Ballet Austin premieres a collection of three ballets entitled Sarah’s Songs. Curated by Stephen Mills, Ballet Austin’s Sarah…
Say hello to a theater-going experience that makes neurodiverse audiences and small children feel welcome to experience ballet in a fun, accepting environment.
Ballet Idaho is launching into its 50th Anniversary Season with Mozart in Motion. Featuring four ballet works set to the music of (you guessed it), Mozart, this repertory performance promises to be a study of musical mastery.
The idea for Giselle (1841) was inspired by two ghost stories, both read with relish by Théophile Gautier, the colorful balletomane, poet, critic, man-about-town, and staunch defender of Romanticism.
I was born and raised in the Philippines, in the town of Los Baños, Laguna located at the foothills of Mount Makiling (mah-keeling), an inactive volcano home to hot springs and a dense forest of trees…