writers on dancing


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Lincoln Center Festival
Ashton Celebration
July 6-17, 2004


The Right Giants
by Alexandra Tomalonis


A Crowd-Pleaser, a Moonwalk, and a Stunning "Enigma":
the Ashton Celebration Opens

"Monotones I and II," "Enigma Variations," and "Rhapsody"
by Mindy Aloff
(July 6, 2004)

Comedy, Dark and Divine
"Rhapsody," "Five Brahms Waltzes in Homage to Isadora Duncan," "Dante Sonata,"  "A Wedding Bouquet"
by Mindy Alof
f (July 7, 2004)

Another Chair
Joffrey Ballet: "Les Patineurs," "Monotones I and II," "A Wedding Bouquet"
by George Jackson
(July 8, 2004)

My Friends Pictured Within
"Enigma Variations" and "The Two Pigeons"
by Nancy Dalva
(July 9, 2004)

Home to Roost
"Dante Sontata," "The Two Pigeons"
by Mary Cargill
(July 10, 2004)

The Ashton Ballerina
"Scènes de Ballet;" "Divertissements;" "Marguerite and Armand"
by Mindy Aloff (July 13, 2004)

Hearty Meal
"Scènes de Ballet;" "Divertissements;" "Marguerite and Armand"
by Mary Cargill (July 14, 2004)

Scenes and Variations:
Ashton’s Chic Beauty

"Scènes de Ballet;" "Divertissements;" "Marguerite and Armand"
by Leigh Witchel
(July 15, 2004)

by Mindy Aloff (July 16, 2004)

"Cinderella" at the matinee
by Susan Reiter (July 17, 2004, matinee)

A Ballet for All Seasons
by Mary Cargill (July 17, 2004)

Originally published:
Volume 2, Ashton Preview Section
July 19, 2004


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