Results tagged with 'Ballet'
Published April 7, 2017
Two worlds of ballet met Thursday night and the crash was resounding, as the Milwaukee Ballet staged a classic from yesterday and a glimpse into what the future of ballet will look like. The company staged "La Sylphide," and "Sans Pleurer," a work by Timothy O'Donnell.
Published April 2, 2017
Davit Hovhannisyan has created numerous memorable roles for Milwaukee Ballet. Now, he'll take on "La Sylphide," the oldest surviving ballet in performances that start this week at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
Published Feb. 17, 2017
It is altogether fitting and proper that Genesis 2017 was unveiled in the breathtaking beauty of the venerable Pabst Theater, as the 120-year-old structure hosted three brilliant young choreographers heralding a healthy future for the ballet world.
Published Feb. 14, 2017
Take three choreographers, add a company of unknown dancers, toss in some music and give all of them just three weeks to create a full ballet. It all culminates Thursday night as the Genesis Competition hosted by the Milwaukee Ballet gets underway.
Published Feb. 7, 2017
The three choreographers in Milwaukee for the approaching Genesis competition sponsored by the Milwaukee Ballet are fully immersed in their creative process, working with the company of dancers and preparing for the opening night of the show.
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The official after-party for the "Dracula" ballet performance, fundraiser forMilwaukee Ballet, d.j. night by Scary Lady Sarah and William Faith (from Faithand the Muse), and performances by t...
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