Tag Archives: Ballet

Sarah Stone’s “Broken Mirrors”

If there’s one thing with which ballet students can all identify, it’s the constant struggle to accept things that are out ofMore »

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Historic Discoveries for Swan Lake

Swan Lake premiered at the Bolshoi Ballet in 1877, but since then it’s undergone many variations and alterations. Dancers performMore »

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A Day in the Life of Isabella Boylston

  Do you guys wish every day could be World Ballet Day? I know I do. Luckily, we have behind-the-scenesMore »

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A Star-Crossed, Cross-Atlantic Lover

It’s hard to believe that Kenneth MacMillan’s iconic Romeo and Juliet turns 50 this year: It hasn’t aged a day!More »

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The Next Chapter

Chances are, you’re already obsessed with Michaela DePrince. The 20-year-old has been a bona fide star ever since her appearanceMore »

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The Long and the Short of It

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