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Links – Sunday, June 22, 2014


Reviews – Australian Ballet, Ballet Imperial, Suite en Blanc, Melbourne:

Melita Pereira, Australian Stage

Chloe SmethurstSydney Morning Herald


Feature – Lauren Cuthbertson, Before and after The Show: Laura Barnett, Guardian


Week Ahead – Boston Ballet Programmes in New York: Jack Anderson, NY Times


Review – Hong Kong Ballet, Castrati, A Room of Her Own, In Light and Shadow, Becket, MA: Tresca Weinstein, Albany Times Union


Film Review – Jo Fong’s “Witness”: Luke Jennings, Observer


Review – Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre, Rian, London: Vera Liber, BTG


Review – Rasta Thomas’ Bad Boys of Dance, Rock the Ballet, London: Jeffrey Taylor, Sunday Express


Feature – Göteborgsoperans Danskompani 2014-15: Catherine Sutherland, Bachtrack


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Links – Monday, June 23, 2014



Review – Royal Ballet in Moscow, Triple Bill, Manon, Moscow:  Ismene Brown, Blog via Independent Gazette


Review – American Ballet Theatre, Giselle, New York:  Marina Harss, DanceTabs


Feature – Andris Liepa, The Golden Cockerel, London:  Alice Lagnado, Voice of Russia


Reviews – Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, Grace Engine, Tuplet, Necessity Again, New York: 

Rachel Rizzuto, Bachtrack

Jennifer Fried, Broadway World


Review – National Ballet of Japan, Prince of the Pagodas, Tokyo:  Naomi Mori, Bachtrack


Review - Jacqulyn Buglisi, Elisa Monte, Jennifer Muller, Lonely Planet, Whew!, We are all … our Father’s Sons, Butterflies and Demons, Miserere Nobis, New York:  

Deborah Jowitt, Arts Journal

Siobhan Burke, NY Times


Review – Introdans, Russian Rumour, Utrecht:  Sanne Thierens, Bachtrack


Review – Ballet Hispanico, Show Girl, Sombrerisimo, Sortijas, Danzon; North Carolina Dances, Annatations, Mess, Acquiring Dawn, A Place Apart, Durham USA:  Susan Broili, Durham Herald Sun

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Links – Tuesday, June 24, 2014



Review – American Ballet Theatre, Giselle, New York:  Brian Seibert, NY Times


Review – American Ballet Theatre, Cinderella, New York:  Carol Pardo, Danceview Times


Review – Paris Opera Ballet, Le Palais de Cristal, Daphnis and Chloe, Paris:  Patricia Boccadoro, Culture Kiosque


Review – Dutch National Ballet, The Tempest, Amsterdam:  Isabella Zijp, Bachtrack


Review – Venice Dance Biennale 2014:  Judith Mackrell, Guardian 


Gallery – Eastman/Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, 4D, London:  Foteini Christofilopoulou, DanceTabs


Review – Transitions Dance Company, 2014 Mixed Programme, London:  Graham Watts, DanceTabs


Review – Dada Masilo, Swan Lake, London: 

Graham Watts, London Dance

Rosamaria Kostic Cisneros, Bachtrack


Reviews – Baryshnikov & Dafoe, The Old Woman, New York: 

Tom Phillips, Danceview Times

Elisabeth Vincentelli, NY Post


Review – Liz Lerman, Healing Wars, Baltimore:  Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun


Interview – Jeffrey and Lia Cirio (Boston Ballet):  Barnett Serchuk, Broadway World


Review – Ballet Preljocaj, Les Nuits, Los Angeles:  Dyanne Weiss, Liberty Voice


Feature – “I went from ballet dancer to CEO and this is what it taught me”:  Leigh Thomas, Guardian


Review – Dances for a Small Stage, Summer Lovin’, Vancouver:  Janet Smith, Straight.com


Review – Flying Steps, Red Bull Flying Bach, Chicago:  Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

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Links – Wednesday, June 25, 2014



Review – Daria Klimentova’s Final Performance (ENB, Romeo and Juliet in the Round), LondonRoslyn Sulcas, NY Times


Royal Ballet in Moscow:

Review - DGV,Tetratkys, Rhapsody:  Ismene Brown, Blog via Novye Izvestiya

Preview – Manon:  Ismene Brown, Blog via Rossia Kultura TV

Review – Manon:  Tatyana Kuznetsova:  Ismene Brown, Blog via Kommersant


Reviews - Eastman/Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, 4D, London: 

Judith Mackrell, Guardian

Mark Monahan, Telegraph

Lynette Halewood, DanceTabs

Vera Liber, British Theatre Guide

Josephine Leask, London Dance


Review – American Ballet Theatre, Swan Lake, New York:  Siobhan Burke, NY Times


Preview – Ballet in New York this summer:  Pia Catton, Wall St Journal


Features – Boston Ballet,

William Forsythe coaches company in The Second Detail:  Roslyn Sulcas, NY Times

AD Mikko Nissinen talks prior to NY season:  Robert Johnson, Star Ledger


Review – Baryshnikov & Dafoe, The Old Woman, New York:  Robert Greskovic, Wall St Journal


Feature – Mark Wallinger, Artist, Why I love ballet:  Andrew Dickson, Guardian


Review – Carmen de Lavallade, As I Remember It, Jacob’s Pillow:  Deborah Jowitt, Arts Journal


Review – Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts, Number Zero (a space opera), San Francisco:  Rita Felciano, SF Bay Guardian


Book Review – Steven McRae (photographs by Andrej Uspenski), Dancer in the Fast Lane:  Katie Columbus, Stage En Pointe


Review - Philippe Decouflé Company DCA, Panorama, Saitama:  Naomi Mori, Bachtrack


Review - Michael Ingle & Silas Riener, Untitled, New York:  Alastair Macaulay, NY Times


Review – Ballet Preljocaj, Les Nuits, Los Angeles:  Mark Swed, LA Times


Review – New Orleans Ballet Theatre, John and I, pdd from Madame Butterfly, Seventh Sun, Luma, Hello I’m Johnny Cash, New Orleans:  Chris Waddington, The Times-Picayune


Review – Owen Brown Jr & Jason Samuels Smith, Transformations: Rhythm’s Roots, New York:  Brian Seibert, NY Times


Preview – Chicago Tap Theatre, Chicago:  Laura Molzahn, Chicago Tribune

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Links – Thursday, June 26, 2014



Reviews – Royal Ballet in Moscow, Triple Bill, Manon, Moscow: 

Laura Cappelle, FT

Ismene Brown, Blog via Izvestia


Review – American Ballet Theatre, Giselle, New York:  Marjorie Liebert, Broadway World


Review – Bejart Ballet Lausanne, 7 Danses Grecques, Etudes pour une Dame aux Camelias, Bhatki III, Bolero, Versailles:  Patricia Boccadoro, Culture Kiosque


Review - Dada Masilo, Swan Lake; Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, 4D; Tim Casson, The Dance WE Made, London:  Giannandrea Poesio, Spectator


Review - Baryshnikov and Dafoe, The Old Woman, New York:  Brendan Lemon, FT


Interview – Lourdes Lopez, AD Miami City Ballet:  Michael Langlois, Ballet Review


Review – Charleroi Danses, Kiss & Cry, London:  Jann Parry, DanceTabs


Review – River to River Festival, New York: 

Souleymane Badolo:  Brian Seibert, NY Times

Various artists:  Siobhan Burke, NY Times


Preview – Grown Women Dance Collective, Fallen Heroes, Rising Stars, Pleasant Hill & Pittsburgh:  Mary Ellen Hunt, SF Chronicle


Review – Savion Glover, OM, New York:  Gia Kourlas, NY Times


Review – Fabulous Beast, Rian, London:  Emily Brown, Bachtrack


Preview – Trey McIntyre Project’s final performances, Jacob’s Pillow:  Dance News Desk, Broadway World


Review – Noism, Carmen, Yokohama:  Naomi Mori, Bachtrack


Preview – Ballet de Lorraine, In the Upper Room, Sounddance, The Vile Parody of Address, Tel Aviv:  Ori J Lekinski, Jerusalem Post


Review – Kimberly Gilbert, Enter Ophelia, distracted, Washington:  Celia Wren, Washington Post


Feature – You’re the Choreographer, an iPad’s Your Stage:  Gia Kourlas, NY Times

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Links – Friday, June 27, 2014



Review – American Ballet Theatre, Swan Lake, New York:  Diana Barth, Epoch Times


Reviews – Boston Ballet, The Second Detail, Resonance, Cacti, New York: 

Apollinaire Scherr, FT

Alastair Macaulay, NY Times


Season Roundup – Scottish Ballet, Russell Maliphant, Royal Ballet in Moscow:  Leyla Guchmazova, Russia Beyond the Headlines


Interview – Tamara Rojo and Carlos Acosta in Australia:  Monica Tan, Guardian


Opinion - Accessibility should be part of everyday arts practice, not just a special event:  Chris Abbott, Guardian


Reviews – Charleroi Danses, Kiss & Cry, London: 

Judith Mackrell, Guardian

Lindsey Winship, Standard

Jeffrey Gordon Baker, London Dance


Preview – Queensland Ballet, Romeo and Juliet, Brisbane:  Natalie Bochenski, Sydney Morning Herald


Review – Ahilan Ratnamohan, Michael Essien, I want to play as you …, London:  Symone Keisha, Bachtrack


Preview – ToCaBa, Miami:  Juan Carlos Perez-Duthie:  Miami Herald


Review – West Side Story, Wichita:  Bob Curtright, Wichita Eagle

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Links – Saturday June 28, 2014


Review - The Royal BalletRhapsodyTetractysDGV, Moscow: Ismene Brown/Tatyana Kuznetsova, blog


Review - Boston BalletThe Second DetailResonanceCacti, New York: Lauren Gallagher, DanceTabs


Reviews - Trey McIntyre Project (the final project), The Vinegar WorksMercury Half-Life, Jacob’s Pillow:

Brian Seibert, New York Times

Janine Parker, Boston Globe


Reviews - Eastman / Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui4D, London: Neil Norman, The Express


Review - Australian BalletBodytorque, Melbourne: Grace Haby, Fjord Review


Feature - Tamara Rojo & Carlos Acosta in conversation prior to dancing Romeo and Juliet with Queensland Ballet: Monica Tan, The Guardian


Feature - Life lessons from Carlos Acosta: Ruaridh Nicoll, The Guardian


Review - Savion GloverOM, NY: Robert Johnson, The Star-Ledger


Review - Robert WilsonThe Old Woman (with Baryshnikov & Dafoe), New York: Marina Harss, DanceTabs


Review - River to River festival, NY: Apollinaire Scherr, Financial Times


Review - Reggie Wilson/Fist & Heel Performance Group…Moses(es), NY: Gia Kourlas, New York Times


Feature - Misty Copeland to perform Odette/Odile in Brisbane: Deborah Jones, blog


Review – Carmen de LavalladeAs I Remember It, Jacob’s Pillow: Ryan Kilpatrick, Broadway World


Review - Chamber Dance ProjectSurTime Has ComeExit WoundsBerceuse, Washington: Sarah Kaufman, Washington Post


Video interview - Mikko Nissinen, AD Boston Ballet: Tanya Rivero, Wall Street Journal


Video - Lil Buck and Memphis jookin: Shem Sharma, New York Times


Review - Arianne MacBean's Big Show Co.The People Go Where the Chairs Are, San Francisco: Allan Ulrich, San Francisco Chronicle


News - USA International Ballet Competition 2014 results:

Sherry Lucas, Jackson Clarion-Ledger



Feature - TV dance shows, their rise and rise: Rachel Ward, The Telegraph


News - The week’s new dance (London), Nederlands Dans Theater; New English Ballet Theatre: Judith Mackrell, The Guardian

NB: Posted on behalf of John Mallinson - some odd things happening net-wise this morning.
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