Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘ballet’


Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue
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Through the art and music of France, Pasadena choreographers Shauna Barger, Diane De Franco Brown, and Jackie Kopcsak “explore blue’s evocative hues.” On November 21, ArtistPlus Productions presents Out of the Blue, “a dynamic multimedia performance of ballet, baroque, and contemporary dance that celebrates the history of the color blue and its rich presence within […]

Tea & Tutus for “A Soul’s Two Feet”

Tea & Tutus for “A Soul’s Two Feet”

To feel the pull of the dance floor, to feel the urge within to move one’s body, to hear the music and want to, need to dance. And not be able to. In 2012, Nicoletta Baffo established “A Soul’s Two Feet,” a scholarship fund to provide “the gift of dance.” “A Soul’s Two Feet” was […]

Beginning Again

Beginning Again

“Girls, make your life a dance!” our Orange High School PE teacher, Mrs. Weatherill, would exhort us. She of the black tights, the blacker ponytail, the Kathyrn Crosby demi-curl bang, a big apostrophe resting on the right side of her forehead. Smartly keeping time, Mrs. Weatherill beat a hand-held drum and dispatched us in choreographed […]

Les Ballets Trockadero at Caltech

Les Ballets Trockadero at Caltech

To the untrained eye, ballet can appear comical: highly trained athletes in funny clothes prancing around a stage to music without a dance groove. Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo prove that it can appear comical to the trained eye as well. Since 1974, the all-male Trocks have been lovingly spoofing some of ballet’s greatest […]

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