Results tagged with 'ballet'
Published Dec. 13, 2016
At the Milwaukee Ballet, the path to becoming a leading artist can take a number of years. Artistic Director Michael Pink decides a dancer is worthy of the promotion and designation and eight dancers have that honor in his company.
Published Dec. 11, 2016
Everybody knows that "The Nutcracker" is a virtual thrill-a-minute for children as the music, costumes, magical set and dancing keep the little ones on the edge of their seats. But this production proves, too, why it's also great for adults.
Published Oct. 21, 2016
"Scheherazade" was the feature when Milwaukee Ballet opened its season Thursday night, but it was the opening act - "Angels in the Architecture" by Mark Godden - that stole the show, proving how exciting and thrilling this company can be.
Published Oct. 13, 2016
The Milwaukee Ballet opens its season Oct. 20 with two one-act programs that are as different as night and day. "Angels in the Architecture" is about the Shaker religion, while "Scheherazade" is filled with romance, intrigue and spectacular costumes.
Published June 21, 2016
The Milwaukee Ballet is celebrating this summer after seeing a 15 percent boost in attendance and record revenue of $2.3 million, proving that high-quality work will capture attention - and, perhaps most importantly, dollars - in Milwaukee.
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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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