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Colorado Ballet's first Nutcracker - Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library

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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

The magnificent Colorado Ballet and Don Quixote

Opus Colorado - October 17, 2009

The use of the word “Wow!” is probably considered not very sophisticated, and quite possibly uncouth, in refined circles. In academic circles, most likely it sh... Read the full article

All Pointes West

ColoradoDrama.com - September 17, 2009

Everyone along the Front Range who loves dance and is not familiar with the Colorado Ballet will have the opportunity this fall to experience the company's incr... Read the full article

Ballet reaches out to students

Fort Morgan Times - September 23, 2009

Hundreds of Fort Morgan students had a chance to take in the beauty of dance as the Colorado Ballet Studio Company came to Fort Morgan High School on Monday... ... Read the full article

Ballet ropes in a classic to launch season

The Denver Post - September 17, 2009

Every art form has its classics — enduring works that never lose their appeal and have something to say to each succeeding generation...... Read the full article

Ballet steps gingerly in hard times

The Denver Post - August 23, 2009

Bolstered by a new five-year contract, Colorado Ballet artistic director Gil Boggs is eager to pursue such big-ticket initiatives as commissioning a story balle... Read the full article

Colorado Ballet takes a chance

Denver Post - March 8, 2009

Amy Seiwert has not yet attained the stature of a major choreographer, but she no longer has the cachet of being an emerging talent, either. She's somewhere... Read the full article

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Colorado Drama - March 3, 2009

Of all the plays written by the fellow who used the pen name "William Shakespeare," the most adaptable to other media is A Midsummer-Night's Dream. It shine... Read the full article

A dream, a nightmare come true in dance

Denver Post - February 27, 2009

Christopher Wheeldon has become one of the most sought-after ballet choreographers in the world and the founder of an adventurous new company that regularly... Read the full article

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