You better fall and break all your bones. Then you can learn to pick yourself up instead of dancing so carefully all the time.
Mathilde Froustey (a sujet with Paris Opera Ballet) has decided to stay with San Francisco ballet for another year and has been touring with them now in Paris to perform at the Theatre du Chatelet. Pictured here performing in Giselle with SFB.
A great story about Wilhelm Burmann that I’ve posted before. This picture made the front page of the Arts/Culture section of the WSJ, and it’s framed in the dance studio. I JUST noticed the other day, that I’m actually in the photo! In my red leotard, arms crossed, slouching in the back corner, hahahaha. Not very dancer-like ;)
Eeeeee, Lauren Lovette & Chase Finlay rehearsing Giselle for Vail dance festival!! A match/casting made in heaven.
The key to success is to not think about it. Just develop as a whole. Reach for your goals, have a drive. Your desire should overcome physics and you should be ready to move mountains.
Pictures from “Basic Principles of Classical Ballet”, making Vaganova Method accessible.
Amandine Albisson and Josua Hoffalt rehearsing Cranko’s Onegin
Photo © Pierre Elie de Pibrac