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Where the heck is our guy, Radetsky? His face is gone from the Dutch National Ballet's website.
If Haglund has to hear one more promising dancer say he's throwing in the towel to go to college, he'll rip up his own freakin' MBA.
Somebody out there find Radetsky!
Posted on August 21, 2009 at 06:13 PM in American Ballet Theatre, Dutch National Ballet | Permalink
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August 24, 2009 at 09:15 AM
Let's hope he's back on the team, because we need him. That trade to the Dutch was about as hard for Haglund to take as when the Reds traded away 1st baseman Tony Perez (Mr. Clutch) back in 1977.
August 24, 2009 at 09:33 AM
Haglund just noted that ABT has planned their trip to Bejing when Hallberg, Carreno and Gomes are all out dancing as Kings, presumably Corella is in Spain with his company. So, who would they have left to do Basilio? Cornejo, maybe Stiefel, maybe Beloserkovsky, and MAYBE Radetsky.
Haglund hopes Radetsky held out for a principal contract, if in fact he is on his way back. It's unimaginable to think that he would give up this season's leads in DNB's new Don Q and Bayadere to come home to do soloist work. He's got several Albrechts behind him now, so here's hoping that we see him cast with Stella as Giselle.
August 25, 2009 at 08:10 AM
Radetsky has returned! The ABT website posted this (http://abt.org/insideabt/news_display.asp?News_ID=280) just today. As to why he's coming back, it's not clear (perhaps something to do with his wife, the lovely Ms. Stella Abrera).
The Awkward Swan wonders why Mr. McKenzie has taken him back as a soloist though. Perhaps Haglund has some insight?
The Awkward Swan |
September 02, 2009 at 04:04 PM
Hi there, Awkward Swan!
This is good news, isn't it? Haglund has no insight as to why McKenzie brought Radetsky back as a soloist instead of a principal. Hopefully, he'll be given major principal roles. He's certainly more qualified AND more deserving than the other male soloist who has gotten leading principal roles in Le Corsaire, Romeo and Juliet, etc. We'll just have to wait and see if McKenzie continues to push marginal and boring dancers at us who get opportunities for no reason other than they remind McKenzie of himself OR if he gives Radetsky the chances he deserves.
September 02, 2009 at 08:03 PM
The Awkward Swan couldn't agree more. That Mr. Radetsky is being relegated to the same rank as the patchy Mr. Stearns is absolutely absurd.
The Awkward Swan |
September 03, 2009 at 07:46 PM
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