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July 2014


Footballet: Roundup (part 2)

This World Cup has been nothing if not vastly entertaining, and seemingly passed all too quickly. We’ve enjoyed being able to celebrate an awesome tournament with the Balleternet by combining two of our favourite things – ballet and football – in our Footballet series.…

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Ballet Interviews

Interview: Joy Womack

If you had asked Joy Womack this time last year where she thought her ballet career would take her in 365 (and a quarter) days from then, it’s highly unlikely the answer would be, ‘principal dancer at the Kremlin Ballet’.  And yet that’s exactly where she is now. It was where she spent the past few months dancing a season of Nutcrackers and Swan Lakes and Giselles, instead of on the stage of the Roman-columned theatre down the road –…

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Ballet GIFs

Best Of: Sascha Radetsky in Center Stage

Sasha Radetsky gave his final bow with the ABT last week. We have sadly never had the privilege of watching the ABT soloist tear it up on stage. But we’re glad that his dancing skills, youthful vim and valiant stab at acting will forever be immortalised what is only one of the GREATEST DANCE MOVIES EVER – yes we had to put that in capslock – Center Stage.…

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