Tag Archives: choreography

Making It Stick

Joffrey Ballet dancer Jeraldine Mendoza was thrilled to be cast as Juliet in Krzysztof Pastor’s Romeo and Juliet—but her excitementMore »

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Choreographer’s Collage: Stacey Tookey

Since leaving her hometown of Edmonton, Alberta, at 19, Stacey Tookey has become one of the commercial world’s biggest-name choreographers.More »

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Solo Departures

For many dancers, the experience of competing a solo is equal parts thrilling and intimidating. You want to be theMore »

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Choreographer Lindsay Nelko Talks Awakening

At last year’s Capezio A.C.E. (Award for Choreographic Excellence) Awards in NYC, Lindsay Nelko tied for third place, winning $3,000More »

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Choreographer’s Collage: Aszure Barton

Since breaking into the choreography big leagues in 2005—when Mikhail Baryshnikov invited her to be the first artist in residenceMore »

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Choreographers: How’d You Like to Win $15,000?

We’ve been getting super pumped up about this year’s Capezio A.C.E. (Award for Choreographic Excellence) Awards for the past severalMore »

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