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Brendan

10-12-01, 07:06 AM (GMT)
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"Latest Review Links - wb 10th December "
 
   Each day we add the latest links to reviews and interviews that we find on the major newspaper web sites. If you find a link that we have missed do please post it up, preferably as a URL link.

For convenience here is a link to last weeks thread:
http://www.danze.co.uk/dcforum/happening/2326.html

We should not need to state this , but these links are for our readers' use and not for other websites to take and pass off as their own. We ask all visitors to respect Ballet.co's site and the way it operates.



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  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  RE: Latest Review Links - wb 10th December Brendan McCarthymoderator 10-12-01 2
     RE: Links 11th December Brendan 11-12-01 3
         RE: Links 11th December sylvia 11-12-01 4
             RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December AnnWilliams 12-12-01 5
                 RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December AnnWilliams 12-12-01 6
                     RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December Brendan McCarthymoderator 12-12-01 7
                         RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December Brendan McCarthymoderator 12-12-01 9
                             RE: Links Tursday 13th December AnnWilliams 13-12-01 10
                             RE: Links Thursday 13th December (2) AnnWilliams 13-12-01 11
                     RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December Tomoko.A 13-12-01 13
  RE: Latest Review Links - wb 10th December Tomoko.A 13-12-01 12
     RE: Latest Review Links - Friday 14th December AnnWilliams 14-12-01 14
         RE: Latest Review Links - Friday 14th December Brendan McCarthymoderator 14-12-01 15
             Links - Saturday 15th December AnnWilliams 15-12-01 16
                 RE: Links - Saturday 15th December alison 17-12-01 18
  Sunday Links - 16 December Bruce Madmin 16-12-01 17
     RE: Sunday Links - 16 December alison 24-12-01 19

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Brendan McCarthymoderator

10-12-01, 07:32 AM (GMT)
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2. "RE: Latest Review Links - wb 10th December "
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   Judith Mackrell on the Nutcracker's enduring place in the ballet rep. "Ccompared with the other performing arts, ballet's stock of trusted classics is pitifully small - and not just its stock of Christmas hits. A huge repertory may have been choreographed over the past 200 years, but the late development of reliable dance notation has meant that most works have long slipped from memory. The fact that so few ballets until the 1890s were accompanied by memorable music has also worked against much of the repertory's survival. It's no accident that the handful of works we rank as classics - those that get performed again and again, reinterpreted by every generation - should have scores written by serious composers".
http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4316494,00.html

Ismene Brown in the Telegraph on BRB's Nutcracker. "A theatrical treat worth a large detour to see".
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/review?ac=006781491453003&rtmo=QkHzpx0R&atmo=rrrrrrrq&pg=/et/01/12/10/btisme10.html

Louise Levene writing for yesterday's Telegraph was underwhelmed by Xavier de Frutos's 'The Misty Frontier': "De Frutos fancied himself as a classical choreographer - pointe shoes, pirouettes, the lot - and he isn't really qualified for the job". But there were plaudits for Mara Galeazzi in the Royal Ballet's Onegin. "Galeazzi was the first of the Royal's four Tatianas to span two generations convincingly....one of the performances of her life".
http://www.tiscali.co.uk/news/telegraph/2001/12/09/arts/trendy_17.html

Now that we have found Louise Levene's pieces online again, the last one also on Onegin and Les Ballets C de la B is at
http://www.tiscali.co.uk/news/telegraph/2001/12/02/arts/it_50.html

Homage to Kochno by Paris Opera Ballet is reviewed by the International Herald Tribune (via another website).
http://www.nycballet.com/news/2001/12/05/INHT/0000-0267-KEYWORD.Missing.html

From the Guardian's Work pages (via the FT), how Rambert organises its office day. "Most people complain about the amount of paperwork in their office. Christopher Bruce might, but when he arrives at his, at around 9.45am, he has the additional burden of piles of clothes in there too. "It's full with them," he says. "But I need them for rehearsals."
http://globalarchive.ft.com/globalarchive/article.html?id=011210000925&query=ballet+or+dance

Alexandra Tomalonis in the Washington Post on Washington Ballet's Nutcracker
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A18073-2001Dec9.html

Judith Jamison's 'Here....now' for Ailey Dance Theater reviewed by the NY Times. "A stunningly inventive work".
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/10/arts/dance/10ALVI.html

Joan Acocella has an essay on Alvin Ailey Dance Theater in the latest edition of The New Yorker. "the Ailey dancers have always been fabulous. And in my experience they have never had a repertory worthy of them. Alvin Ailey, who founded the troupe in 1958, is honored today as a great American choreographer, but the truth is that he created one great piece, the 1960 "Revelations" (and it is very great, on a par with the best of Balanchine and Graham), and never again made anything half as interesting. The situation may be about to improve".
http://www.newyorker.com/THE_CRITICS/ON_TELEVISION/



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Brendan

11-12-01, 07:31 AM (GMT)
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3. "RE: Links 11th December "
In response to message #2
 
   Judith Mackrell in the Guardian on Akram Khan at the QEH. "Just as Khan, in his native Kathak, is trained to play the mathematics of his own dancing against the time cycles of his musicians, so in Related Rocks he kept his choreography on its own track, sometimes moving at a slower or faster pace than the music, sometimes fracturing into a dazzle of alternate rhythms. The rare moments where the dancing dived deep inside the music carried a tremendous sense of abandon, as the dancers allowed themselves to be battered by the huge breaking waves of Lindberg's composition".
http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4317199,00.html

Ismene Brown of the Telegraph on Akram Khan. "Whether Khan intended to unpick his Kathak tailoring, or whether Lindberg's music had palled on him as he worked with it, the dance did not tug at the eyes as his pieces usually do - it was smart but a little under-designed, and too polite to be mysterious".
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/review?ac=006791648722289&rtmo=fVYlwros&atmo=rrrrrrrq&pg=/et/01/12/11/btrock11.html

The Independent has an obituary for Viktor Fedotov, former conductor with the Mariinsky (Kirov) Ballet. "Fedotov was not one of those rigidly uncompromising conductors who believe that ballet creates havoc on a score: "Tchaikovsky never expected a metronome for ballet. In symphony, yes. Why is rubato in opera OK and not in ballet?" Over the years he honed this pragmatic understanding to a fine art".
http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=109369

Richard Morrison, the Times Arts Editor on the internal politics of the Arts Council, the sniping by regional arts lobbyists at its Chairman Gerry Robinson. "Lots of people who do care, including me, are getting fed up with these perennial shenanigans at the Arts Council. All we ask from arts bureaucrats is quiet efficiency. Just like a door hinge. Is that so difficult?"
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/0,,62-2001571809,00.html

The Glasgow Herald reports the removal of the Chairman of Scottish Ballet from the board of the company's 'Friends'.
http://www.theherald.co.uk/news/archive/11-12-19101-23-58-40.html

Anna Kisselgoff of the NY Times on NYCB's Nutcracker. "Despite a multitude of overheated attempts by less-gifted choreographers to update "The Nutcracker," George Balanchine's straightforward version arrives annually at the New York City Ballet as a blessed relief".
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/11/arts/dance/11BALL.html

The Age on the Australian Ballet School's summer season
http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/2001/12/11/FFX37QF41VC.html


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sylvia

11-12-01, 03:00 PM (GMT)
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4. "RE: Links 11th December "
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   LAST EDITED ON 11-12-01 AT 04:55 PM (GMT)

It won't be on the website but I did spot a decade old photo of her and Fiona Chadwick in the Independent Letters to the editor section. That would be 2 days in a row for Darcey - a photo of Darcey and Jonathan rehearsing Nutcracker featured in yesterday's Independent as well!


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AnnWilliams

12-12-01, 09:22 AM (GMT)
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5. "RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December "
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   What I've found so far:

From The Independent:

Ballet fans upset by stars' 'lewd' photos
By Kathy Marks in Sydney
A men's magazine picture spread of Australia's top ballerinas in bikinis has upset traditionalists, who say the art form has been cheapened.
Http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=109671

From the Guardian:

Pregnant pause
Can you have children and a career as a dancer? As Darcey Bussell returns to the Royal Ballet, Judith Mackrell investigates
'Ballet dancers are among the leanest, fittest women on the planet. Their professional success is won by exerting phenomenal control over their minds and bodies. They are a completely different species from the gently swelling mother-to-be, whose world is ruled by hormone rushes, heartburn, bloated ankles and piles.'
Http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4318043,00.html


Hello magazine's lovely cover story with pics on Tamara Rojo in the current issue: don't know if it will work, though....

Http://www.hellomagazine.com/2001/12/10/tamararojo/


From the Sydney Morning Herald:

No holds barred in dance tribute

Jill Sykes reviews the Wilder Dance Theatre's reconstruction of the works of Margaret Barr, a British-born teacher and choreographer.

"For anyone who came into contact with (Margaret Barr), it must be a pleasure to see how her work is remembered by Diane Wilder and the Wilder Dance Theatre. There is no way that full productions can be mounted of Barr's ambitious yet simple works, so you have to take on trust or from memory the thematic complexities that underpinned her naturalistic gestures and evocative choreographic shapes."
Http://www.smh.com.au/news/0112/12/text/entertain12.html


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AnnWilliams

12-12-01, 10:24 AM (GMT)
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6. "RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December "
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   Hmm...having checked out that 'Hello' link, I'm wondering if we shouldn't charge them advertising rates..


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Brendan McCarthymoderator

12-12-01, 02:46 PM (GMT)
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7. "RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December "
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   According to BBC Online the Royal Opera House has written to supporters asking them to sponsor production props such as crowns and swords. "Director Francesca Zambello said the venue needed "even more of your money" if it was to maintain its world-class standards. She explained it cost £150 for Macbeth's gold crown, £250 for Othello's sword, £500 for a wig in the production of Queen of Spades and £1,500 for a sedan chair in Don Giovanni. The Covent Garden-based building insisted its appeal to raise £8m from private sources was "not tacky, but necessary".
http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/arts/newsid_1705000/1705796.stm

Luke Jennings of the Evening Standard on Galeazzi/Tewsley in Onegin. T"The central performances were intelligently judged and beautifully danced. Over the years, Onegin has become a ballerina vehicle; Tewsley's lethal finesse reclaims the piece for its anti-hero".
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/dynamic/hottx/theatre/top_dance_review.html?in_review_id=474145&in_review_text_id=438684


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Brendan McCarthymoderator

12-12-01, 04:51 PM (GMT)
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9. "RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December "
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   The BBC Royal Opera House story is based on one that appeared earlier in the Telegraph. "One member of Friends who received the letter described the appeal yesterday as "tacky and a bit desperate". "You pay more than £100 for a good ticket already. I don't see why I should pay another £150 for a crown," she said.
http://www.portal.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/12/12/nroh12.xml&sSheet=/portal/2001/12/12/por_right.html

The Standard also runs with the Opera House story. "Royal Opera House officials deny it is heading into further financial problems and described the letter as "a recognised fund-raising tactic". http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/dynamic/news/top_story.html?in_review_id=482559&in_review_text_id=438671


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AnnWilliams

13-12-01, 08:41 AM (GMT)
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10. "RE: Links Tursday 13th December "
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   The Telegraph on choreographer Bianca Li's work for the Paris Opera Ballet:

UNDER the dome of Paris's Opéra Garnier, choreographer Blanca Li is orchestrating what she calls "The War of the Cushions". Principal dancer Jose Martinez and his partner Agnes Letestu are lying on a heap of cushions in the middle of the room. Around them are about 30 other dancers, writhing lasciviously. "The orgy should be over by now," Li commands. "You're supposed to be sleeping." At that, she simulates an orgasm and lets out a resounding "Ole!"
Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000148269364269&rtmo=gNrlVNnu&atmo=99999999&pg=/et/01/12/13/btblanca.html

The following three pieces are from The Independent:
George Piper Dances, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Review by John Percival
'With Truly Great Thing, George Piper Dances completes its first tour. It has shown pieces by four invited choreographers, as well as three works by its own directors. Without wanting to be rude, I must say that this latest programme, the only one with no ballets by Trevitt or Nunn, is the most enjoyable.'
Http://west.adlink.de/hserver/SITE=FLY_IDUK_UK/AREA=NEWSFLY/ACC_RANDOM=1008230304770

Onegin, Royal Opera House, London
Review by Nadine Meisner
'One of John Cranko's masterstrokes when he created Onegin was to devise a symmetrical structure that concentrates the drama's boiling passions within tight bonds.There is no fat, only narrative muscle where everything has a definite purpose The dance language starts as deceptively classical, so that Olga and Lensky's long opening duet establishes their youthful romance with straightforward steps, and an ensemble of friends deploys itself like a traditional corps de ballet. '
Http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=109757

Henri Oguike, Stratford Circus, London
Review by John Percival
'Henri Oguike is a comparative newcomer to the dance scene but is fast making a name. His programme for 2001 is an unusually long one among contemporary dance companies, with a gratifying variety of moods, and two of its four works are notably good'
Http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=109756

Judith Mackrell in The Guardian on Henry Oguike:

Henri Oguike Company
'Oguike danced for several years with Richard Alston, and one of the traits he shares with his old director is an eclectic taste in music. In his choreography, it's the score that dictates both the style and structure, though his setting of Astor Piazzolla's Histoire du Tango (titled Melancholy Thoughts) articulates a more gentle poignancy than the fierce ache traditional in tango.'
Http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4318918,00.html


The New York Times on the Doug Varone Dancers:

Assaulting the Senses and Doing the Opposite
'As modern dance swings wildly between the hermetic and the accessible, Mr. Varone occupies a turbulent middle. The outpouring of intense physicality in his choreography always has a subtext. He is an experimentalist versed in trendy high-flying idioms known as contact improvisation and release techniques. Nonetheless, substance has it over style in his work. The two premieres are examples of his fusion of intellect and emotion'
Http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/13/arts/dance/13VARO.html

The Village Voice on the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre:

The Washington Post on Dance Theatre of Harlem:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A35080-2001Dec12.html
A bizarre and rather touching story from the news pages of the New York Times:
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/national/AP-PRI-Death-Valley-Dancer.html?searchpv=aponline

Raw Meat
by Deborah Jowitt
'Some virtuosic dancers are like cold steel, slicing the air around them. Those in the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.... are metal that's been in the fire for a while—warm and beyond-belief pliant, yet able to whip off big movements at top speed and end in a full stop, maybe on one leg. They devour dancing as if famished for it.'
Http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0150/jowitt.php

The San Francisco Examiner on Mark Morris:

A fine send-off for Mark Morris' swell send up
'For the last six years Bay Area dance lovers have faced a most welcome dilemma: How to keep a straight face during San Francisco Ballet's splendid but traditional "Nutcracker" after giggling your way straight through Mark Morris' "Hard Nut" the weekend previous? How to ooh and ahh over those dainty, traipsing snowflakes after snorting at Morris' stomping, Dairy Queen-costumed vision of the same dance just days before?'
Http://www.examiner.com/ex_files/default.jsp?story=X1211HARDNUTw


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AnnWilliams

13-12-01, 10:08 AM (GMT)
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11. "RE: Links Thursday 13th December (2)"
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   Sorry, I gave an incorrect link for the Independent piece on George Piper - here's the right one:

http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=109737


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Tomoko.A

13-12-01, 06:33 PM (GMT)
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13. "RE: Links Wednesdy 12th December "
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   The editor of "Hello" magazine doesn't seem to know a lot about the world of ballet. There is a photo of Tamara, Acosta and Cope in "Song of the Earth". But it says Tamara with Stiefel and Cooper in Onegin.


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Tomoko.A

13-12-01, 06:26 PM (GMT)
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12. "RE: Latest Review Links - wb 10th December "
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   Not today's links, but according to the Times, the cover for "Culture" section in the Sunday Times will have Alina Cojocaru as Sugar Plum Fairy this Sunday. This issue is Christmas TV special.


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AnnWilliams

14-12-01, 09:28 AM (GMT)
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14. "RE: Latest Review Links - Friday 14th December"
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   Very little today, and nothing at all in the UK papers so far - I'll look again later.

From the San Francisco Examiner:

Only a few flakes short of a storm

By Rachel Howard
Examiner Dance Critic

'.....the time has come -- in fact, has long since passed -- for a new San Francisco Ballet "Nutcracker." This "Nutcracker," for all its merits, isn't the gold standard production this company deserves. No one unacquainted with Willam Christensen would dare to say a new production is what he would have wanted, but certainly it would be a proper tribute.'

Http://www.examiner.com/ex_files/default.jsp?story=X1213SFBNUTw


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Brendan McCarthymoderator

14-12-01, 11:51 AM (GMT)
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15. "RE: Latest Review Links - Friday 14th December"
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   Luke Jennings of the Standard on Darcey Bussell's return to the ROH in Nutcracker. "She danced the Sugar Plum Fairy and, after a careful beginning, her performance swiftly gathered confidence. Her partner - as in many past triumphs - was Jonathan Cope, and his solicitude of her was as moving as it was tender. In her solo, nerves suitably smoothed, she hit a balance in attitude of such sensuous perfection that a ripple of shared pleasure ran through the audience. It was an archetypal Darcey moment".
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/dynamic/hottx/theatre/top_dance_review.html?in_review_id=345912&in_review_text_id=439748


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AnnWilliams

15-12-01, 06:51 PM (GMT)
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16. "Links - Saturday 15th December"
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   Better late than never - here are a couple of nice Darcey Nutcracker reviews:

Darcey Bussell makes a magical comeback

Judith Mackrell
Guardian

'No one else can embrace the stage with such sunny grandeur or move with such plush assurance. And there were moments - the reckless abandon with which she flew at her Prince (lovely, selfless Jonathan Cope), and teased out footwork of regal wit in her solo - that reminded Covent Garden of all that it had missed during the past 12 months'

Http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4320480,00.html

...and from Debra Craine in the Times:

Top-flight return of a Sugar Plum Fairy

'Exquisitely shaped feet flirted with Tchaikovsky's sparkling music as Bussell took full and radiant command. She always was a bold dancer, and it was good to see her confidence come flooding back. She will need it. In the next few months she is scheduled to dance Nikiya, Giselle and Juliet, all demanding, full-length roles'

Http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/0,,2-2001580476,00.html


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alison

17-12-01, 01:07 PM (GMT)
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18. "RE: Links - Saturday 15th December"
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   Ismene Brown also reviewed RB's Nutcracker in the Daily Telegraph, along with Maya Plisetskaya's biography, which appears to be well worth reading.


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Bruce Madmin

16-12-01, 08:45 AM (GMT)
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17. "Sunday Links - 16 December"
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   Cover story: Alina Cojocaru: A right cracker
She leapt to stardom aged 19. So what’s next for Alina Cojocaru? Well, isn’t it time for a fairy, she tells Clifford Bishop
'For all the gruelling preparation, her performances are marvels of apparent ease and spontaneity. She takes some of the most complicated, regimented, artificial movements ever devised for the human body and makes them look like happy accidents. “Before you go on, it’s all thinking and working and” — she does a sharp intake of breath — “but once the lights go out and the music starts, it’s just happening.” '
http://www.sunday-times.co.uk/article/0,,9013-2001570182,00.html

RB + Akram Khan
Victorian values back with Bussell
Darcey returns with a magic Nutcracker, while Trevor Nunn sweats it out for real
The Nutcracker, Royal Ballet, ROH, London, WC2
South Pacific, RNT, London, SE1
Akram Khan, Related Rocks, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, SE1
By Jann Parry
"She has been away most of the year, having a baby daughter, but her image on the company's festive poster held out the promise of a sparkling comeback. She met every expectation...."
http://www.observer.co.uk/review/story/0,6903,619337,00.html

Isadora Duncan
Art in Earnest: The (Self) Importance of Being Isadora
By TERRY TEACHOUT
"WHATEVER her other virtues, Isadora Duncan was not exactly the sort of person to whom one would have relished telling a joke. Peter Kurth's new biography, "Isadora: A Sensational Life" (Little, Brown), leaves little doubt that the mother of modern dance found few things amusing, least of all herself. "You must all forgive me if I seem somewhat egotistical," she once proclaimed..."
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/16/arts/dance/16TEAC.html

Louis Rodrigue
Teaching Actors to Move With the Gracefulness of Dancers
By VALERIE GLADSTONE
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/16/arts/dance/16GLAD.html

Celeste Fadjo
Young choreographer rises to the challenge
By Thea Singer, Globe Correspondent, 12/15/2001
http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/349/living/Young_choreographer_rises_to_the_challenge+.shtml


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alison

24-12-01, 01:08 PM (GMT)
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19. "RE: Sunday Links - 16 December"
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   We appear to have missed an article in the Observer (or was it the Independent on Sunday?) about the development of male dancers over the last century, tying in with the Matthew Bourne programme on Christmas Day.


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