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 Volume 2, Number 17 May 10,  2004            The weekly online supplement to DanceView magazine

ABT's gala; Susan Reiter Mark Morris's Sylvia: Rita Felciano

Wheeldon's Shambards; Mindy Aloff

Mindy Aloff's Letter from New York
Dance on Camera DC; George Jackson Sylvia; Paul Parish A Splendid Four Ts; Mary Cargill Real Time: Live from Lincoln Center; Nancy Dalva
DanceBrazil; Tehreema Mitha Clara; George Jackson Robert Moses' Kin; Ann Murphy NYCB's Vienna Evening: Stunning Debuts; Leigh Witchel

ABT's Season Opens With a Sizzling Gala

Opening Night Gala
American Ballet Theatre
Metropolitan Opera House
New York, NY
May 10, 2004

by Susan Reiter


Mindy Aloff's

Letter from New York

Shock and Awe
Veronika Part
Pollock’s Toy Museum

read past Letters




New York City Ballet's Spring Season

Real Time

Live from Lincoln Center
Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100
Wednesday, May 5, 2004

by Nancy Dalva



NYCB's Evening in Vienna: Some Stunning Debuts

Divertimento No. 15/Episodes/Vienna Waltzes
New York City Ballet
New York State Theater
New York, NY
May 6, 2004

by Leigh Witchel



A Splendid Four Temperaments

Divertimento No. 15/Stabat Mater/The Four Temperaments
New York City Ballet
New York State Theater
New York, NY
May 8, 2004

by Mary Cargill


Wheeldon's Blood-drenched Reels

New York City Ballet
New York State Theater
8-9 May 2004

by Mindy Aloff


Links to previous NYCB spring season reviews:

Étoiles, imported and homegrown by Mary Cargill (opening night)
A Meaty, Varied Program by Susan Reiter
Liebeslieder Walzer: As Good As It Gets by Mindy Aloff
Treats at the Ballet by Meital Waibsnaider


San Francisco Ballet's New Sylvia

Mark Morris: Contemporary Renaissance Man

San Francisco Ballet
War Memorial Opera House
San Francisco, California
April 30, 2004

by Rita Felciano


Who is Sylvia, What is She?

San Francisco Ballet
War Memorial Opera House
San Francisco, California
April 30, 2004

by Paul Parish


From last week's DanceViewTimes:

A Brilliant Revisionist Sylvia, by Ann Murphy



A Festival of Dance Films from Around the World

Dance on Camera DC
Dance Place
Washington, DC
May 7- 8, 2004

by George Jackson

Questions and Conversations

Robert Moses Kin
Kanbar Theater,
San Francisco, California
Friday May 8,2004

by Ann Murphy


Dance Brazil: Martialing the Arts

Dance Brazil
[presented by the Washington Performing Arts Society]
Lisner Auditorium

Washington, D.C.
May 10, 2004

by Tehreema Mitha



Maryland Opera Studio
Kay Theatre, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland
Thursday, May 6, 2004

by George Jackson







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Leigh Witchel


The Spring issue of Danceview is out!

Mary Cargill
Roots and Branches
NYCB’s Winter Season

Lynn Garafola
Reviving Pillar of Fire
An Interview with Donald Mahler

George Jackson
The Sleeping Beauty—
Foot and Face Matters 18

Mary Cargill
An Interview with Jonathan Riedel

Lynn Garafola
Neumeier’s Nijinsky

Gay Morris
New York Report
Paul Taylor at City Center, Noh at the Japan
Society, Stephen Petronio at the Joyce

Jane Simpson
London Report
English National Ballet, Royal Ballet
Northern Ballet Theatre, Nina Ananiashvili,
Dance Theatre of Harlem

Rita Felciano
Bay Area Report
Dance Theatre of Harlem, Dimensions Dance
Theater, Batsheva Dance Company, Scott
Wells & Dancers, Flyaway Productions,
Erica Shuch Performance Project

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