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Subject: "Latest Review Links - wb 25 September" Archived thread - Read only
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Bruce Madmin

28-09-00, 00:53 AM (GMT)
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"Latest Review Links - wb 25 September"
   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. On with the links....

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  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  Monday - Wednesday Links Bruce Madmin 28-09-00 1
     RE: Thursday Links - 28th Ann Williams 28-09-00 2
         RE: Friday Links - 29th Ann Williams 29-09-00 3
  Saturday Links - 30 Bruce Madmin 30-09-00 4
  Sunday Links - 1 Oct Bruce Madmin 01-10-00 5
     RE: Sunday Links - 1 Oct Kevin Ng 02-10-00 6

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Bruce Madmin

28-09-00, 00:55 AM (GMT)
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1. "Monday - Wednesday Links"
In response to message #0
   Here are the Links for Monday through Wednesday again (Postings munched the original thread...)(and thanks to Ann for todays goodies)

Rambert Dance Company The Lowry, Salford. By DONALD HUTERA:

Strip without the tease. Maurice Béjart's return to London with his Lausanne Ballet is a disappointing anticlimax, says Debra Craine:

Bahia Ballet
Peacock, London WC2. By DONALD HUTERA:

Great Bitish Hope: JAMIE BELL, Age: 14.
Profession: Actor, dancer, GCSE student
Soon-to-be-famous: He plays the title role in Billy Elliot, the ballet-obsessed miner's son:

Entranced by a sequined swan and a serpent of ballet shoes. Ismene Brown reviews Angels and Exiles at the Royal Opera House and the Phoenix Dance Company's 19 - rewind and come again:

A bull's-eye for Béjart. Ismene Brown reviews Maurice Béjart's creations at the Sadler's Wells Theatre:

Following Silk Roads on New Paths of Dance. ANNA KISSELGOFF at the Lyon Dance Biennial. (Note: NY Times links seem to persist until the following Sunday):

Sins that are deadly in quite the wrong way:

Let's kill them off:

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Ann Williams

28-09-00, 08:58 AM (GMT)
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2. "RE: Thursday Links - 28th"
In response to message #1
Quite a lot today, mostly about Billy Elliott. As usual, the Guardian and FT links may or may not work.

Modern lovers
Romeo and Juliet set in Orwell's 1984? Nothing could be more natural for the French-Albanian choreographer Angelin Preljocaj, says Judith Mackrell

Stephen Daldry's first feature about ballet lessons and the miners' strike, trips over its own feet, says Adam Mars-Jones

Stephen Daldry left a glittering career to direct Billy Elliot. James Christopher meets a British beauty to rival Sam Mendes

Trite music hobbles excellent team
By Alastair Macaulay

Between the pit and the plie, 'Billy Elliot' is a ballet success

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Ann Williams

29-09-00, 08:43 AM (GMT)
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3. "RE: Friday Links - 29th"
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More Billy Elliott stuff today...

The man from Aix and the pains of future love
Allen Robertson meets Europe's choreographer of the moment, Angelin Preljocaj, as he prepares to bring his French company to London

Dance of a working class hero

A film to leave you jumping for joy


tp://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4069243,00Something in the way she moves
As the Guardian's dance critic, Judith Mackrell thought she had seen it all when it came to unnatural poses and weird ways of walking. But then she got a ticket to a fashion show...

Film of the week
A pirouette through history's picket lines
Stephen Daldry's switch to the screen brings us an invigorating and surprising tale about a ballet-dancing boy, writes Peter BradshawHttp://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4069243,00.html
(have to copy & past Guardian links)

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Bruce Madmin

30-09-00, 08:54 AM (GMT)
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4. "Saturday Links - 30"
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   Covent Garden saviour goes home. Michael Kaiser interview. by Annabel Freyberg:

Newson (DV8) triumphs again. By Clement Crisp:

Erotic as a weather forecast. Clement Crisp on Bejart Ballet...

In awe of society's outcasts. DV8 | Queen Elizabeth Hall, London and Béjart Ballet Lausanne | Sadler's Wells, London. By Jenny Gilbert:

Ballet for Life by Bejart Ballet. by Judith Mackrell:
Guardian Link

Modern lovers in a bleak world. 'Romeo and Juliet' has been endlessly reinterpreted by choreographers but no one has succeeded in making Shakespeare's story feel menacingly contemporary - until now. By Ismene Brown:

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Bruce Madmin

01-10-00, 08:38 AM (GMT)
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5. "Sunday Links - 1 Oct"
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   Mozart, Queen and Versace collide. Jann Parry on Ballet for Life Béjart Ballet, Sadler's Wells, London EC1 and Angels and Exiles Clore Studio, Royal Opera House, London WC2:

Sins of the flesh. Despite its impeccable credentials, torsos galore and an orgiastic climax, DAVID DOUGILL finds Maurice Béjart's latest offering a let down:

Just had a stroll through the NY Times Search which throws up pieces in the last two weeks - I'm not sure how long these links will be good for...

'Edward II': From British Cousins, an R-Rated Ballet
By JACK ANDERSON. (BRB have been touring):

Ballet Review: Traipsing Along Jovially All the Way to the Pub. BRB's Jazz Triple bill. By JENNIFER DUNNING:

To Dance Vivaldi, Just Ask Vivaldi. About Christopher Wheeldon's "Four Seasons" for Boston Ballet. That's Mr Whelldon to you! By IRIS FANGER:

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Kevin Ng

02-10-00, 03:31 AM (GMT)
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6. "RE: Sunday Links - 1 Oct"
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   There's more news on Fadeyechev and the Bolshoi in the Daily Telegraph.


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