Tag Archives: Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo

Sono Osato, a woman of mystery, magic and courage, who survived racism, and the slings and arrows of working for Colonel de Basil

A serendipitous chain of events this month began when a Sydney Morning Herald columnist asked for help with an article

Marc Platt: “Always Do What You Love For As Long As You Can”

Although there were seven brothers for those seven brides of the musical of 1954, only five of the men were

Frederic Franklin, the Peter Pan of dance

Six weeks before the start of World War I, Fred Franklin, a caterer, and his wife, Mabel, gave birth to

Matt Mattox: the Australian years – from Oklahoma! to Song of Norway

Oh What a Wonderful Mornin’ it was for Rodgers and Hammerstein when Oklahoma! opened in New York in March 1943.

MariaTallchief: “One word for her: Grand”

The acclaimed American ballerina, Maria Tallchief, died last Thursday, April 11, 2013, in Chicago at the age of 88. Associated