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The School of Ballet Arizona has a new scholarship for young male dancers, in honor of famed dancer and former pupil of the school, David Hallberg.
NEW CANAAN, Conn. (AP) - The gang's all here: the football fan, the chef, the teacher and the skier. And there's the Nutcracker prince from E.T.A. Hoffmann's classic Christmas story, who inspired them all.
Keira Knightley's language was anything but prim and proper when she discovered what director Joe Wright had planned for "Anna Karenina," their latest period drama together.
Muscles tensed. Silk entwined. Through music they float on air. Engulfed by the notes of Bizet, Tchaikovsky, Berlioz, Saint-Saens, the suspended acrobats sway, raising the orchestral experience to dizzying new heights.
Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Nutcracker”: The famed Russian dance company presents a lavish adaptation of the holiday story, set to Tchaikovsky’s classic score.
DETAILS >> 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Comerica Theatre, 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix. $29-$101.50. (800) 745-3000 or www.livenation.com.
Cox customers can enjoy discounts on local entertainment courtesy of the cable provider over the next few weeks as a holiday thank you.
Young dancers from area studios are invited to open auditions Aug. 27 to perform alongside 40 Russian pros in the Great Russian Nutcracker. The auditions, which start at 3 p.m. at 1840 E. Warner Road #132, will be conducted by Moscow Ballet soloist Nataliya Miroshynk, who will train the dancers, ages 7-16, for several days.
Mesa Arts Center has announced its Spring 2010 lineup, which begins Jan. 1, 2010.
No matter your taste, the coming Valley arts season is sure to offer something to satisfy. Venues all over town are set to burst with a wide array of theater, dance and music offerings throughout fall, winter and early spring.
The playbill is out on a new crop of concerts, plays, festivals and shows at Mesa Arts Center. The slick downtown oasis of art and culture announced its Fall 2009 season on Wednesday.
If you enjoy performing arts, there’s no such thing as “nothing to do” this coming year.
If you enjoy performing arts, there’s no such thing as “nothing to do” this coming year. No matter where your tastes lie, there’s something going around the Valley this season for you.
What do Rick Springfield and Jack Hanna have in common? Well, they both were on television a lot in the 1980s, and they’ll both be at Chandler Center for the Arts as part of the upcoming 2008-09 season, announced Tuesday.
Sugarplum fairies. The rat king. The Land of Sweets. It’s getting close to Christmas, and that means “The Nutcracker” is being performed throughout the Valley. The ballet has been a staple of the holidays for more than a century, and it’s eagerly awaited every year by families.
The following is a list of upcoming events to be held at the Mesa Arts Center. For ticket information, please call (480)-644-6500 or visit www.mesaartscenter.com
Complete list of nominees in 107 categories announced Tuesday for the 47th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented Feb. 13 in Los Angeles:
MOSCOW - Russian labor officials on Tuesday ordered the Bolshoi Theater to reinstate ballerina Anastasia Volochkova, who was fired two weeks ago amid allegations from other dancers that she was too heavy to lift.