John Mallinson

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  1. T65 returned to the box office.
  2. Foteini Christofilopoulou was at the rehearsal for Rosie Kay's MK ULTRA at Laban Theatre. Shelley Eva Haden. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Shelley Eva Haden, Shanelle Clemenson, Oliver Russell, Ryan Munroe, Joao Maio, Lizzie Klotz, Harriet Ellis ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Shanelle Clemenson. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr More… Foteini Christofilopoulou - 16 photos Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Discussion of this programme is here
  3. T45 spoken for. T65 remains.
  4. I have two spare tickets for the sold out opening night of Mayerling on April 28 (note that it's at 7.15pm). Upper Amphi standing (left) T45, £5 and Upper Amphi (right) T65, £16. The latter is tagged as restricted view - "patrons in front may obstruct view, non standard seat, steep / narrow stairs, high view point" - apart from that excess of off-putting information it's a good seat, if a bit far from the action! Will go back to the box office on Monday.
  5. Foteini Christofilopoulou was also at the photocall for DanceTabs. NYDC, Damien Jalet: Tarantiseismic. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr NYDC, Damien Jalet: Tarantiseismic. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr More… Foteini Christofilopoulou - 15 photos Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Discussion of this programme is here
  6. NYDC's new show, with choreography by their director Damien Jalet. NYDC in Tarantiseismic NYDC in Tarantiseismic More… John Ross - 23 photos Discussion of this programme is here
  7. Not again!
  8. I agree. We are facing weeks of being assaulted from all sides with political argument, electioneering and over-excited reporting. I would be very happy if BalletcoForum could provide an escape from all that.
  9. Wikipedia says: The auditorium currently has a seating capacity of 2,069 in two tiers of galleries, down from the 1940 capacity of 2,858 following the closure many decades ago of the upper circle. The theatre retains its 1920s light fittings and art deco plasterwork. This is a bit confusing as one wouldn't normally describe the Stalls as a gallery. The closed Upper Circle or Gallery is shown in this photo and doesn't seem to project too much above the Circle.
  10. Links – Monday April 17, 2017 Review - San Francisco Ballet, Swan Lake (Vanessa Zahorian & Davit Karapetyan’s farewell), SF: Claudia Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle Review - Crystal Pite & Jonathan Young, Betroffenheit, London: Graham Watts, DanceTabs Review - Phoenix Dance Theatre, Calyx, Beast, Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe, Edinburgh: Mary Brennan, Herald Scotland Review - Fevered Sleep, Men and Girls Dance, London: Lynette Halewood, DanceTabs Review - Gary Clarke Company, COAL, Leicester: Sally Jack, British Theatre Guide Review - Black Grace, mixed bill, Fairfax VA: George Jackson, Danceviewtimes Review - Les 7 Doigts, Cuisine and Confessions, NY: Lauren Gallagher, DanceTabs Feature - Justin Peck to choreograph Carousel: Michael Paulson, New York Times Feature - ABT’s Isabella Boylston goes to Buenos Aires: Katie Becker, Vogue News - Ballet Idaho AD Peter Anastos to retire: Dana Oland, Idaho Statesman
  11. Links – Sunday April 16, 2017 Reviews - Crystal Pite & Jonathan Young, Betroffenheit, London: David Dougill, Sunday Times Anna Winter, Exeunt Magazine Review - The Royal Ballet, Jewels, London: Jeffery Taylor, Sunday Express Feature - The Royal Opera House and fundraising: Patrick Sawer, The Telegraph Review - Hong Kong Dance Company, Mulan, London: Jobeda Khanum, London Dance Review - Fevered Sleep, Men and Girls Dance, London: Howard Loxton, British Theatre Guide
  12. Links – Saturday April 15, 2017 Reviews - Scottish Ballet, Sinfonietta Giocosa, Motion of Displacement, Ten Poems, NY: Andrew Blackmore-Dobbyn, Bachtrack Barnett Serchuk, Broadway World Review - Matthew Bourne, Early Adventures, London: Louise Levene, The Spectator Q & A - Ashley Wheater, AD of Joffrey Ballet: Kate MacArthur, Chicago Tribune News - Justin Peck & Misty Copeland curate Ballet Across America, Washington: Sarah L. Kaufman, Washington Post Profile - Okwui Okpokwasili, dancer, choreographer: Siobhan Burke, New York Times Profile - Liz Foster, Dance psychotherapist: Christopher Currie, The Saturday Paper Review - Company Wayne McGregor, Tree of Codes / Sergei Polunin, Project Polunin, London: Andrew Ward, kcwtoday Feature - YAGP’s 2017 Gala (and after): Lilah Ramzi, Vogue Film review - Jean-Stéphane Bron, L’Opéra (The Paris Opera): Neptune Ravar Ingwersen, Le News And… If I were a ballerina: Kelly Conaboy, New Yorker
  13. Links – Friday April 14, 2017 Reviews - Crystal Pite & Jonathan Young, Betroffenheit, London: Mark Monahan, The Telegraph Sara Veale, Fjord Review Samantha Whitaker, Londondance Review - San Francisco Ballet, Made for SF Ballet: Renate Stendhal, Huffington Post Feature - New York City Ballet’s 2017/18 season: Gia Kourlas, New York Times News - San Francisco Ballet’s 2017/18 season: Broadway World Review - Australian Ballet, Faster, Squander & Glory, Infra, Sydney: Michelle Potter, …on dancing Review - Vanessa Fenton, new works in two London venues: Bruce Marriott, DanceTabs Review - Ballet West, Journeys and Reflections, Salt Lake City: Kathy Adams, Salt Lake Tribune Q & A - Erica Cornejo, Boston Ballet: Sonia Rao, Boston Globe #SpeakingInDance - NYCB’s Amar Ramasar: Instagram feature, New York Times Reviews - English National Ballet, My First Ballet: Cinderella, London: Miriam Gillinson, The Guardian Anna Winter, The Stage Feature/preview - Dance International Glasgow 2017: Mary Brennan, The Herald Review - Colón Ballet, Sylvia, BA: Pablo Bardin, Buenos Aires Herald Feature - Dance gains a new foothold at Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles: Robert Everett-Green, The Globe and Mail News - This week’s dance, NYC: Siobhan Burke, New York Times News - Benois de la Danse nominations announced: Oleg Krasnov, Russian Beyond the Headlines
  14. Links – Thursday April 13, 2017 Reviews - Crystal Pite & Jonathan Young, Betroffenheit, London: Sanjoy Roy, The Arts Desk Zoë Anderson, The Independent Charlotte Kasner, SeeingDance Reviews - The Royal Ballet, Jewels, London: Anna Winter, Exeunt Magazine Joy Sable, Jewish Chronicle Reviews - Scottish Ballet, Sinfonietta Giocosa, Motion of Displacement, Ten Poems, NY: Alastair Macaulay, New York Times Marina Harss, DanceTabs Review - San Francisco Ballet, Trio, Ghost in the Machine, Within the Golden Hour, SF: Paul Parish, Bay Area Reporter Review - Hungarian National Ballet, Manon, Budapest: Graham Watts, Bachtrack Feature - Critics and criticism: Leigh Witchel, dancelog.nyc Review - Matthew Bourne, Early Adventures, London: Louise Levene, The Spectator Review - Australian Ballet, Faster, Squander & Glory, Infra, Sydney: Deborah Jones, FollowSpot Review - Stephen Petronio / Bianca Li & Maria Alexandrova / Joffrey Ballet, NY: Hamish Bowles, Vogue Review - Vera Tussing, Mazing, London: Siobhan Murphy, DanceTabs Preview - NYCB’s Here/Now Festival: Gia Kourlas, New York Times Preview - River to River Festival, NY: Joshua Barone, New York Times Previews - San Francisco Ballet’s 2018 season: Janos Gereben, San Francisco Classical Voice Claudia Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle Preview/feature - Jason Mabana & David Cazalet, Requiem for Aleppo, London: Josephine Leask, Londondance Reviews - Jessie McCall & Shani Dickins, Tassel me this, Auckland: Raewyn White, New Zealand Herald Seren Powell-Jones, NZ Theatreview Photo feature - World Irish Dancing Championships, Dublin: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters, The Guardian
  15. Alison, you're right. The same 30 minute window serves both editing content and adding tags.