Tag Archives: Vaslav Nijinsky

Neumeier’s Nijinsky: A reflection of both the dancer and the choreographer

Alexandre Riabko, Nijinsky, Hamburg Ballet, photo ©  Erik Tomasson

The ballet Nijinsky isn’t a chronological narrative of the dancer’s life, but depicts elements of his life as he remembers

Nijinsky’s father-in-law: The Australian connection

Károly Pulszky

When the dancers of Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes sailed on the SS Avon from Southampton to Buenos Aires in 1913, there

2016: The past, the present, and a very big challenge of the future

A hundred years ago the Ziegfeld Follies opened on Broadway with Bachelor Days, a vaudeville show that included a song

In the mind of Akram

Catherine Schaub Abkarian, photo © J. Louis Fernandez

They say that all the characters in our dreams represent us, the dreamer. If Akram Khan’s production, iTMOi, is the

Bronislava Nijinska – “downright difficult and determined”

Bronislava Nijinska (?)

To be the sister of Vaslav Nijinsky would be a difficult role, firstly because of his immense fame and secondly

Nijinksy through the eyes and lens of E O Hoppé

Vaslav Nijinsky in Spectre de la Rose, 1914

Having just finished Julian Barnes’s compelling new novel, The Sense of an Ending, I’ve been thinking about the tricks that