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Jan McNulty

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  1. The CE at NB has always kept a low public profile but does promote the artistic vision as with ENB & BRB.
  2. These days I don't entirely think that is the case Capybara (unless you are Christopher Hampson at Scottish Ballet). I suspect it is a collaboration between the two posts in the other main companies too.
  3. Links - Wednesday 23 June, 2021 Live Reviews: English National Ballet, Solstice mixed programme, London: Joy Sable, Jewish Chronicle Hong Kong Ballet, Romeo and Juliet, Hong Kong: Natasha Rogai, South China Morning Post Molissa Fenley/Lloyd Knight, State of Darkness, New York: Marina Harss, DanceTabs From New Zealand: Atamira Dance Company, Te Wheke, Wellington: Megan Seawright, NZ Theatreview Dance Plant Collective, Magnificent Remains, Auckland: Lucien Johnson, NZ Theatreview Pacific Dance Festival 2021, double bill, Auckland: Mark James Hamilton, NZ Theatreview TE MAURI O PŌHUTU (Installations with dance), Wellington: Deidre Tarrant, NZ Theatreview Live Preview - West Australian Ballet, State, Perth: Tanya MacNaughton, Perth Now Streamed Review - Dutch National Ballet, Beethoven: Prometheus, Grosse Fugue: Maggie Foyer, Seeing Dance News - National Ballet of Canada announced 2021/22 season, inc. Karen Kain’s Swan Lake: Michael Crabb, Toronto Star News - National Ballet of Canada announces promotions for 2021/22 season: Alexa Criscitiello, Broadway World News - Pennsylvania Ballet changes name to Philadelphia Ballet and announces 2021/22 season: Peter Dobrin, Philadelphia Inquirer Feature - “Scottish Ballet on tiptoes over racism”: Mark Horne, Times Feature - “The uncertain future of Venezuelan Ballet”: Stephanie Mejías, Pulitzer Center
  4. Hello Dancernowmum and welcome to the Forum!
  5. Links - Tuesday 22 June, 2021 Live: Reviews - Birmingham Royal Ballet, Cinderella, Birmingham: Louise Levene, FT Rupert Christiansen, Telegraph Review - English National Ballet, Solstice mixed programme, London: Graham Watts, Bachtrack Review - Hong Kong Ballet, Romeo and Juliet, Honk Kong: Kevin Ng, HK Economic Journal Review - Kia Mau Festival/Tulou, Tinā, Wellington: Xavier Muao Breed, Stuff Review - Rambert School, mixed programme, London: David Mead, Seeing Dance Review - Frauke Requardt & David Rosenberg, Future Cargo, Salford: Sanjoy Roy, Guardian Preview - Hofesh Shechter Company, Double Murder, London: Teresa Guerreiro, Culture Whisper Preview - Rawcus Ensemble/Marc Brew, Glass, Melbourne: Alexa Criscitiello, Broadway World Streamed: Review - Dutch National Ballet, The Four Seasons, The Two of Us: Maggie Foyer, Seeing Dance Review - Antonio Gades, Fuenteovejuna: Robert Tanitch, British Theatre Guide Feature - Nine new names in Russian ballet you should know: Anna Galayda, Russia Beyond Feature - Arielle Smith, choreographer: Lyndsey Winship, Guardian Feature - Nadia Boodoo, Washington Ballet: the Black ballet celeb taking on racism in ballet: Mary Scott Manning, Washingtonian Feature - Project Animo - a new dance collective in Australia: Thuy On, Performing Arts Hub
  6. Ballet Philippines has issued a short film which can be accessed in this link: https://www.broadwayworld.com/philippines/article/VIDEO-Ballet-Philippines-Presents-World-Premiere-of-Ang-Tatlong-Pag-ibig-ni-Jose-20210621
  7. It says on the website that the ticket can be printed out for presentation at the theatre. This page is referring to Hairspray but contains the relevant information: https://londoncoliseum.org/your-visit/how-to-book/
  8. Hello Ballet-Tutu and welcome to the Forum! I've moved your query to the more appropriate Doing Dance Forum.
  9. Cancelled performances: Breakin’ Convention Presents: Compagnie Niya on 1 & 2 July Due to current coronavirus international travel guidelines, including quarantine requirements in the UK and the artists’ home countries, Breakin’ Convention Presents: Compagnie Niya is cancelled on Thursday 1 & Friday 2 July. The company was due to present their full-length work Gueules Noires as part of the annual Sadler’s Wells Breakin’ Convention weekend. Scheduled performances of Breakin’ Convention: Breakout Convention at Sadler’s Wells on Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 July will continue as planned. Compagnie Niya will perform as scheduled for these performances. However, due to international travel guidelines and quarantine requirements, Dey Dey & Manuela can no longer perform.  Performances will also come from AwA (Atypical with Attitude), Bagsy, Gemma Hoddy presents Betty's Blues, W.A.R (We Ain"t Regular), Patience J and Spoken Movement. Our ticket office will be contacting ticket holders directly to offer refunds or the opportunity to rebook for the Saturday or Sunday. Sadler’s Wells continues to monitor developments around Covid-19. In line with the most recent UK Government guidance, Sadler’s Wells Theatre remains open for socially distanced performances.
  10. Oh Anne this is so weird. My cousin donated to a fund raiser that I am doing in aid of cancer research. Apart from her donation (which she did by debit card) 4 charges of 72p were made. She contacted her bank and was told that would indicate her card details had been hacked. They cancelled her card and sent her a new one. Sorry to worry you. This only happened 2 weeks ago.
  11. https://www.brb.org.uk/post/birmingham-royal-ballet-announces-promotions-joining-and-departing-company-members-for-2021
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