Category Archives: Behind the Scenes

Ratmansky: One of the Greats!

I’d compare Alexei Ratmansky to any historically significant choreographer—he reminds me of “the greats.” He’s a choreographer with immense range, from creating abstract works to re-staging classics, and he’s unfailingly passionate about his work. Shostakovich Trilogy is a gift from a master at work, who was able to explore the depths of his favorite composer, […]
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Nadezda’s Theme by Stewmancrew

Hi everyone! I hope you had a good Saint Patrick’s day! Programs 2 and 3 were a complete success and dancing Val Caniparoli’s Tears has been one of my favorite experiences of all time. Now we are busy preparing for Programs 5 and 6 in between performances of Cinderella, so we’re keeping very busy. If […]
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Building a Love for the Arts

  It’s quite rare for me to say that every evening in the past week I’ve had a ‘ball’ to attend. ;) With Wheeldon’s Cinderella in full swing, the War Memorial Opera House has been caught up in a whirlwind of twirling branches, sparkling seasons, mysterious fates, and a ravishing love story. Bringing this production […]
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A Dancer’s Life Offstage!

Hi everyone, I’ve been busy rehearsing Programs 2 and 3 after finishing a successful (and fun) run of Giselle. I’m very excited about getting to perform a soloist role in Val Caniparoli’s world premiere Tears, opening on February 18. It’s one of the most enjoyable pieces I’ve ever danced in my career and I hope […]
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