It takes a village . . .
Of course, ABT couldn't manage to update the bio to include the title roles of Giselle and Cinderella or her principal guest gigs - although they seemed to be able to update other bios.
While some here in Melting Gotham were celebrating the Blue Moon last night with artisan blue beer, the arty types elsewhere were putting together a Boat Ballet on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis to celebrate the Riverfront Fest. Choreographer/performance artist Patrick Scully directed the project with a $10,000 grant from the Minnesota Arts Board. The Boat Ballet "dancers" included canoes, kayaks, sailboats, paddleboards, and so forth – everyone wore life vests.
Check out this pre-event video:
Starz has announced that it's going to release all episodes of the new Flesh and Bone and Da Vinci's Demons onto its channel at one time so that viewers can "binge" watch the two series. We don't have any idea what is in the episodes of Flesh and Bone, but we found the titles online. The opening episode on Sunday, November 8th is called Bulling Through and the final episode carries the title Scorched Earth.
Meanwhile, E! Online has sniffed out some comments from Sascha Radetsky that suggest there could possibly be a real sequel coming up for Center Stage.
Haglund hopes that the info whirling around in the spokes of the UIEX ticker is wrong.
We all know that a World Series without the Yankees ain't never official. Well, according to Yogi, a Met Season without Giselle ain't never official neither ever, either.
There is ballet in this city in August, thanks to the Joyce Theater folks. The Ashley Bouder Project with some of our most favorite performers is on deck for August 8 and 9. Be there or be square.