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MONTREAL: a six-month stage hands strike threatens the health of the city's
dance company Les Grands Ballets Canadiens. CBC
FRANCISCO BALLET makes its first-ever trip to London.
London Times 10/25/99
review London Sunday Times 10/31/99
AMERICAN DREAM: San Francisco Ballet goes to London for the first time ever
and wows the critics. Financial Times
DISPUTE DIVORCE: Ten-year Cleveland San Jose Ballet partnership comes apart
in money dispute. Cleveland Plain Dealer
CLASSICAL BALLET: A fan, dismayed by the ballet he was seeing in Russia,
decided to start his own company in 1994. This week the St. Petersburg Ballet
Theatre comes to America. Washington Post
DANCEABLE OPERA: The Australian Ballet goes
to New York with a "Madame Butterfly" dance. Neither opera nor Miss Saigon,
there aren't any helicopters landing onstage either. New York Times 10/19/99 (moved
to paid archives)
THE AVANT GARDE: Dance-theater visionary Martha Clarke was a star. Then came
the thing with the elephant - a certified disaster - and the bottom fell out of
her career. Now she's back at the Kennedy Center with a new piece.
Washington Post 10/17/99
DANCE DUO: Two of the greatest dancers of our time - Altynai Asylmuratova
and Konstantin Zaklinsky - will dance together at Sadler's Wells.
London Times 10/14/99
"SEXY MEN AND GOOD HUMORED WOMEN": A very
different Australian Ballet company lands in New York. New York Times 10/14/99
Another review. New York Times
POINTE: After decades of high flying and financial stability, Seattle's
Pacific Northwest Ballet flirts with financial meltdown. Seattle Weekly 10/7/99
MARK MORRIS IN LONDON: A
critic - an "admirer for two decades" attends the performance and comes away
bewildered. Financial Times 10/7/99
review London Times 10/7/99
BIENNIAL is the premiere showcase for contemporary dance, and the dance
world has gathered. Early verdicts are lukewarm. Toronto
Globe and Mail 10/6/99
Montreal: International New Dance Festival
is a canvas for experimentation. New York Times
ICE? No, but the Kirov Ballet will be taking a $4.5 million arena production
of The Nutcracker on a tour of Australia in November and December.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/4/99
MORRIS TOURS BRITAIN and the Times takes a mid-career look.
London Sunday Times 10/3/99
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