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The Boulder Daily Camera - Oct. 10, 2010
DENVER -- Bram Stoker's "Dracula" is clearly a ballet with a bite and -- with Halloween only two weeks away -- a perfect choice to open the 50th anniversary sea... Read the full article
The Denver Post - Oct. 8, 2010
There's a simple reason why the Colorado Ballet continues to revive its appealingly macabre dance take on Bram Stoker's "Dracula": proven audience... Read the full article
Westord - Oct. 8, 2010
Just in time for Halloween (http://www.westword.com/related/to/Halloween), the Denver Public Library (http://www.westword.com/related/to/Denver+Public+Library)&... Read the full article
Summit Daily News - Sept. 3, 2010
The Colorado Ballet opens it 50th anniversary season with something a bit out of step with classic ballet.
Friday, Sept. 10, the company stages a one-weeke... Read the full article
The Denver Post - Sept. 10, 2010
Along with chasses, plies and other traditional ballet steps, Matthew Neenan asked Colorado Ballet dancers Maria Mosina and Dmitry Trubchanov, the central coupl... Read the full article
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
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
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
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
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