Stories By Geri Jeter
San Francisco Opera: Heart of a SoldierSeptember 13, 2011
For its world premiere of Heart of a Soldier at San Francisco Opera, the creators chose...
Dance in the Desert Festival: 3 Questions with Choreographer/Festival Director Kelly RothJuly 29, 2011
Now known as a venue for the introduction of innovative work, Dance in the Desert showcases...
Post:Ballet – SecondsJuly 25, 2011
In many cities and towns across the U.S., once the local ballet company completes its schedule,...
Dance in the Desert Festival: 3 Questions with Choreographer/Dancer Bernard GaddisJuly 20, 2011
The Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater, a popular company scheduled to perform the weekend of July...
Dance in the Desert Festival: 5 Questions with Choreographer Nannette BrodieJuly 15, 2011
In between their annual festival appearances, the Brodie company, like most of the other Festival participants,...
San Francisco Ballet — Promotions & New Company MembersJune 22, 2011
San Francisco Ballet has announced four company promotions, two new company members, and six new apprentices...
San Francisco Ballet: The Little MermaidMay 6, 2011
Although described as being more closely aligned with the Andersen tale, this is an exposition more...
San Francisco Ballet Announces 2012 SeasonApril 20, 2011
As each ballet season draws to an end, the speculation about the next year's offerings begins....
San Francisco Ballet: Six for TwoApril 14, 2011
Chic, black Sandra Woodall costumes and the predominately white lighting plan by David Finn serve to...
Book Review: In the Blink of an Eye by Michael WaltripMarch 29, 2011
On the last lap, Earnhardt crashed, dying shortly thereafter. The race winner, Michael Waltrip, was celebrating...
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