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Colorado Ballet scales back on its 50th anniversary

The Denver Post - March 16, 2010

Artistic director Gil Boggs doesn't try to sugarcoat the Colorado Ballet's just-announced lineup for its 50th-anniversary season in 2010-11: It's nothing like w... Read the full article

Colorado Ballet takes a risky step "Trumpets"

The Denver Post - March 14, 2010

After a run-through of Antony Tudor's "Echoing of Trumpets" during a recent Colorado Ballet rehearsal, Donald Mahler asked a group of dancers to take another st... Read the full article

Eventually ballet premiere puts focus on the lighter side

The Denver Post - March 14, 2010

Brian Reeder doesn't like being categorized, but the emerging New York choreographer understands the niche he has fallen into: He is the ballet world's humor gu... Read the full article

Beauty and the Beast

ColoradoDrama.com - February 25, 2010

What could be timelier than a story that begins with a family's possessions being seized by creditors? That this traditional folk tale was first committed to pa... Read the full article

Beauty and The Beast Untamed

The Denver Post - February 19, 2010

Updating classic tales is a tricky business, as any creative type will insist. It requires a delicate balance of timeless sentiment and modern vocabulary, relat... Read the full article

Colorado Ballet's The Nutcracker

ColoradoDrama.com - December 7, 2009

What has made The Nutcracker, which languished after its premiere, a holiday ritual? A combination of choreographic refinements, reinterpretations of the story—... Read the full article

How "Nutcracker" stays timeless

The Denver Post - December 11, 2009

It might shock the masses to know that the original "Nutcracker," based on a book published in the early 1800s, was a rather depressing tale.... Read the full article

The Nutcrakcer by Colorado Ballet

Opus Colorado - December 7, 2009

The Colorado Ballet knows that it is Christmas! From the very first note the orchestra played, and from the very first movement that Drosselmeyer and his dolls ... Read the full article

Don Quixote Review

Colorado Drama - October 22, 2009

As the first modern novel, Miguel de Cervantes' famous story influences European literature and art in countless ways. Like the Arabian classic, "A Thousand and... Read the full article

Colorado Ballet's "Don Quixote" light, energetic

The Denver Post - October 20, 2009

The ballet "Don Quixote" can't match the dramatic power of "Swan Lake" or the elegant grandeur of "Sleeping Beauty." Indeed, it can even seem a little lightweig... Read the full article

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