Tag Archives: Christopher Wheeldon

NYCB’s Glittery Valentino Celebration

I think I’m still recovering from the glamor overload that was the New York City Ballet gala last night. Since … Continue reading

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Ballet Blast from the Past

Sometimes Facebook is a magical place. Just this morning, I found a real gem in my newsfeed: an image from … Continue reading

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Hey, NBC: Where’s the Dance?

I hate to say this, but: Called it. Last night’s Olympic closing ceremony featured a huge dance number choreographed by … Continue reading

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The Olympic Closing Ceremony Sounds Dance-Tastic

The Olympics are winding down, which has me feeling a little blue. It’s been an amazing, wild ride. How are … Continue reading

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Christopher Wheeldon

Thanks to his innovative pas de deux, skillful use of space and lush musicality, Christopher Wheeldon has become one of … Continue reading

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Wheeldon’s New “Cinderella”

Oh, the power of stories. Much as I love abstract dance, few things move me the way a good story … Continue reading

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