Media Coverage

Morgan Buchanan and Christophor Moulton by Mike Watson

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Triple Bill

ColoradoDrama.com - Sept. 3, 2010

The Colorado Ballet kicks off it's 50th anniversary season with three modern pieces, "a proven work from Edwaard Liang, the choreographic genius of Lar Lubovitc... Read the full article

'Triple Bill' opens Colorado Ballet's 50th season

Colorado Community Papers - Aug. 31, 2010

“Audiences can expect to see diverse choreography and three distinct choreographic styles — a proven work by Edwaard Liang, the choreographic genius... Read the full article

Janelle Cooke retires from Colorado Ballet

The Denver Post - April 8, 2010

Janelle Cooke’s announcement that she is retiring after 14 years with the Colorado Ballet comes as a big surprise. The 33-year-old dancer was in prim... Read the full article

Inside the Vaganova Academy

Dance Spirit Magazine - April 1, 2010

The Vaganova Ballet Academy, based in St. Petersburg, Russia, is nearly as old as ballet itself. Through the centuries, czars and governments have come and gone... Read the full article

Echoing of Trumpets

The Antony Tudor Ballet Trust - March 31, 2010

Echoing of Trumpets, while ostensively about war, presents a unique vision of the effect of war upon the inhabitants of an occupied village (all women) and the ... Read the full article

3motions

ColoradoDrama.com - March 20, 2010

3motions, the Colorado Ballet's final production of the season, provides a fitting multi-level description of the emotional triad of dances selected by artistic... Read the full article

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

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