03-03-01, 08:18 AM (GMT)|
14. "Saturday Links - 3rd March"|
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No reviews but an interesting collection of links non-the-less. I went off in pursuit of some electronic reviews of Christopher Hampson's new piece for RNZB, but could not find any, though he has been getting some publicity... (and we have a diary from him in the next mag which gets released in two days)|
Hampson and Harris in NZ..
Grown-up Billy Elliots
A pair of likely lads are here to produce a work for the Royal NZ Ballet that, they say, is exotic and sexually charged. Bess Manson is impressed with their energy.
Dancing for the Lion King
by Jeffery Taylor
Eyre wants best seats at theatres cut to £10
BY DALYA ALBERGE
Ballet in Japan
Stars of Japanese ballet to share same stage
By Yomiuri Shimbun
Injection for ballet
Most members of the Royal Academy of Dance want change. New chief executive Luke Rittner aims to do just that. Anna Dunbar reports.
Never too late for class..
Show me the way to the barre
So you want to prance around in a pink tutu with your toes pointed and your arms overhead? And you're 40? Well, believe it or not, you're not the only one. And you're not too late.
by CATHRIN SCHAER
Ballet Training in NZ
Triumph over taunts
New Zealand has inherited an Anglo-Saxon stigma about ballet. Only about one in 50 pupils are male. A man who survived derision in his English boyhood is now artistic director of the National Ballet and Dance School in Christchurch. He talks to Hans Petrovic.
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