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Ballet

Sorcery, Swans and Love

For a cosmopolitan afternoon in downtown Whitehorse, head over to The Old Fire Hall for a screening of Swan Lake, performed by the internationally acclaimed Russian ballet company Bolshoi Ballet.The film will be shown on Sunday,...

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En Pointe and On Budget

Deep-pocketed balletomanes (ballet fans) could spend thousands of dollars flying to Russia to catch the legendary Bolshoi Ballet in action.Or, for a mere fraction of that, they could experience the splash and spectacle of one of...

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Grace under fire

The hands move as they do in Spain, the hips move as they do in Africa and the shoulders sway as in Cuba.It is a style of dance pulled together by Liszt Alfonso to great success these past 17 years.On April 20 and 21, she brings...

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Leaping Feats: on stage and screen

Andrea Simpson-Fowler has a choice for audiences: if you want to see cute little kids and a mix of entertainment, come to the recreational show; if you want to see more professional, more polished pieces, then come to the...

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The stories behind Nutcracker

As audience members at the Yukon Arts Centre allow the Christmas tradition of Nutcracker to wash over them – joined, for the first time, by an audience in Dawson City – it would be interesting to note that this is a production...

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Stepping Out

For most students, summer school may be a drag. For Odessa Beatty and Sadie Segriff, though, it’s a golden opportunity.Beatty and Segriff [shown on front cover with Montreal choreographer Julio Hong] have both been...

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A Fresh Footing for NLSD

Change and innovation are the order of the day as the Northern Lights School of Dance (NLSD) begins is 2012-13 season.Not only does the school have a new artistic director and a new mandate, there is even a brand-new entity for...

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