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Movie Review: Mao’s Last Dancer

Chinese Principal Dancer finds fulfillment in the West Read More »

Movie Review: Black Swan

Not all that scary. Read More »

DVD Review: Black Swan

Natalie Portman’s portrayal as the troubled ballerina in Black Swan was more than worthy of an Oscar win. Read More »

DVD Review: Angelina Ballerina: Ballet Dreams

The animated ballerina mouse adjusts to a new school and friends while always promoting the joy of dance Read More »

Review: Contemporary 4 at Pacific Northwest Ballet

Mixed-rep program promises exciting and eclectic fare Read More »

DVD Review: Dancing Across Borders

The journey of ballet dancer Sy Sar -- from Cambodia to the stages of America -- shows us the meaning of art. Read More »

Movie Review: Black Swan

A modern version of Tcaicovsky's Swan Lake, The Black Swan is a hauntingly beautiful film centred around the ballet world. Read More »

Movie Review: Black Swan

Black Swan is quality film, and a visceral triumph. Read More »

Dancing into My Heart

How a ballet can change one person's life. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Red Shoes – Sensible Footwear is Just Too Hard to Bear

"Blessed art thou that are meek, but not you, my girl, who wears her heart upon her feet." Read More »