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SF Ballet: Dancer Spotlight – Isaac Hernandez
Principal Dancer Isaac Hernández joined SF Ballet as a member of the corps de ballet in 2008 and was promoted to Soloist in 2011. He continued his career in Europe, joining the ranks of Dutch National Ballet, and most recently, English National Ballet. He returned to SF Ballet in 2022 as a Principal Dancer.
The Magic Within the Living Legacy of Virginia Johnson
It is 2023, and theater and live entertainment are back and seemingly stronger and more inclusive than ever. One of the benefits of the pandemic and the “Great Uprising” of 2020 were the subsequent implementations of the equity, diversity and inclusion culture throughout various sectors stifled for decades by exclusionary, elitist cultures.
In Ballet Idaho’s Swan Lake, Anne Mueller Empowers the Swans, and Garrett Anderson Gives Von Rothbart Intricate Layers
Delicate. Ethereal. Fearful. These words most likely come to mind when you think of the iconic ballet Swan Lake. Known for its powerful score by Tchaikovsky and its intricate staged lines of swan-maidens, one might naturally assume that because it is a ballet, and because they are graceful, delicate birds, that the swans in Swan Lake are just that.
Oregon Ballet Theatre 2023/2024 Season
Welcome to OBT’s 2023/24 Season! From the return of Christopher Stowell’s Swan Lake to the OBT premiere of Trey McIntyre’s Peter Pan and Artistic Director Danielle Rowe’s 1920’s era romantic drama, Wooden Dimes, this is a season filled with adventure, passion, and incredible dancing.
Oregon Ballet Theatre: Lauren Lovette On Creating Space, Setting A Tone, And Being Present
Lauren’s emergence as a leading force in the dance world has been powered, in part, by that innate curiosity, along with an instinct to use restrictions— whether they are spatial, musical, or logistical— as creative tools rather than encumbrances. In her dances…
SF Ballet: Meet Basil Twist – The MacArthur Genius Who Brings A Magical Tree To Life In Cinderella
Basil Twist, a puppeteer, defines that term broadly—as bringing inanimate objects to life. His genius, and he has the receipts, earning a MacArthur Genius Grant…
Ballet Idaho Announces 51st Season
Next season will be a fresh chapter of innovative works and reinvigorated traditions. They are planning four extraordinary programs- including 5 world premieres- that will include some of the best classical ballet and contemporary dance being created and performed today.
Pacific Northwest Ballet Announces 2023-24 Season Line-Up
Highlights include the return of
Kent Stowell’s iconic Swan Lake, the comedic Coppélia, and Crystal Pite’s stunning The Seasons’ Canon.