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  • Misty Copeland on Time Magazine Cover For the first time in a generation a dancer has made the cover of Time magazine: Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theater soloist, was chosen as one of the magazine’s “100 most influential people,” and is featured on one of the five different covers for its upcoming issue. That puts her in rare company. Time officials said that the last ti...
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  • Farooq Chaudhry Steps Down at Dance UK Farooq Chaudhry steps down as chair of Dance UK. C.haudhry admitted comments he made about the state of dance training caused 'confusion.' Farooq Chaudhry has stepped down as chair of industry body Dance UK following comments he made last week about the standard of UK dance training. Chaudhry's comments were part of a press release sent out ...
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  • Abbagnato New Director of Rome's Opera House Ba... Rome's Opera House has made new appointments. Carlo Fuortes, the head of the institution, in agreement with the foundation's president, Rome's Mayor Ignazio Marino, appointed as artistic managers composer Giorgio Battistelli and maestro Alessio Vlad. Eleonora Abbagnato, international ballet star, was appointed director of the Opera House Ballet.
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  • Scotland's Natl Ballet CEO Resigns The chief executive of Scotland's national ballet has resigned in an unexpected move. Cindy Sughrue, pictured, is stepping down from her pivotal role as chief executive and executive producer at Scottish Ballet. The company has issued a statement saying that the change takes place with "immediate effect." A statement said: "The board would li...
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  • Gene Saks, Tony-winning Director, Dies at 93 Gene Saks, an actor who switched to stage and film directing in midcareer, winning three Tony Awards and becoming the leading interpreter of the plays of Neil Simon, died on Saturday at his home in East Hampton, N.Y. He was 93. The cause was pneumonia, his wife, Keren, said. As a director, Mr. Saks focused on comedy, and he excelled with t...
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  • Mary Clarke of Dancing Times Dies Mary Clarke 1923-2015: It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Mary Clarke, editor emeritus of Dancing Times, who dedicated nearly 60 years of her life, from 1954 until 2013, to working for the magazine. Born in London in 1923, Mary was to become an important and influential writer on dance during the second half of the 20th ce...
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  • Wyatt Funds Houston Ballet "Giselle" When Houston Ballet announced its 2015-16 season last month, there was one intriguing tidbit that wasn't publicly revealed until Monday. Houston Ballet trustee and long-time ballet supporter Lynn Wyatt will provide the serious dollars required for production of artistic director Stanton Welch's world premiere of Giselle. Welch's interpretatio...
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  • Cedar Lake Contemporary Dance Closes Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, the avant-garde New York ballet company founded and funded by Walmart heiress Nancy Walton Laurie, is closing down after a dozen years in Chelsea, the Observer has learned exclusively. The company, run by artistic director Alexandra Damiani, alerted employees this afternoon, a representative for the company confir...
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  • ABT's Kent, Herrera & Reyes on Retirement When American Ballet Theatre performs at the Kennedy Center this week audiences will see a company undergoing one of the most notable transitions in its 75-year history. Three of its biggest stars — Paloma Herrera, Julie Kent and Xiomara Reyes — will retire in the coming months. Together, they embody nearly 70 years of ABT experience. They are a...
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  • Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley Reaches Goal Cash-strapped Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley won its race against the clock Saturday, announcing it had raised $640,000 -- more than it needs to stay afloat. The South Bay's major resident dance company announced March 4 that it had to come up with $550,000 by March 14 or face its final curtain. Lovers of dance, from kids who pitched in $5 to...
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