Tag Archives: Antony Tudor

Osipova’s “Pure Dance”

The American ballet critic, Arlene Croce, described Antony Tudor’s ballet, The Leaves are Fading, as “a wistful attempt at a

Benjamin Millepied: A stranger in his own land

When Brigitte Lefèvre prepared for her retirement as director of the Paris Opera Ballet, she made it known that her

War Dances – a brief history beyond The Green Table

Branco Gaica’s photo of the men in Stephen Baynes’ ballet, 1914, is one of my favourite images on The Australian

“Thank you, dear Lucia”: American Ballet Theatre celebrates 75 years

Two years before the Japanese bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor in December 1941 President Franklin Roosevelt began to

Royal New Zealand Ballet’s 2014 season

Early next year, Ethan Stiefel, the artistic director of the Royal New Zealand Ballet, will take his company back to

Dancing with the Planets

In Alexei Ratmansky’s new Cinderella for the Australian Ballet, the heroine is taken to the ball by a rotation of