Ethan Stiefel’s Frontier Takes The Washington Ballet on a Journey Into Space

The Washington Ballet Frontier

Rounding out her first season as artistic director of The Washington Ballet, Julie Kent called on her longtime dancing partner and friend, Ethan Stiefel, to create an entirely new work for the company. To honor the John F. Kennedy centennial celebrations at the Kennedy Center this spring, Stiefel chose to tap into the 35th president’s spaceMore »

Paris Opéra Ballet Gets Costumes From Hollywood’s Favorite Fashion House

Paris Opera Ballet Balmain Costumes

High-fashion crossing over into the world of ballet is quickly becoming more commonplace. Over the past several years, New York City Ballet has joined forces with major fashion houses from Valentino to Mary Katrantzou to Jason Wu as part of its fall fashion galas. For the latest ballet-couture collab, Paris Opéra Ballet has commissioned French designer Olivier Rousteing of BalmainMore »

#TBT: Paloma Herrera and Angel Corella in Don Quixote

Paloma Herrera Don Quixote

Before Angel Corella was appointed the artistic director of Pennsylvania Ballet and Paloma Herrera to Teatro Colón, they often shared the stage together at American Ballet Theatre. In today’s #TBT, the duo take on Don Quixote‘s famous Grand Pas de Deux in a 1998 production of the ballet at ABT. From Herrera’s attitude promenade into aMore »

Miami City Ballet Announces Promotions and New Members

Miami City Ballet Promotions

Miami City Ballet just announced their official roster for the 2017-18 season, including some exciting additions to and promotions within the company. The new season, which starts on Oct. 20 in Miami, consists of a 53-member roster that was made complete thanks to six new dancers and the return of former longtime MCB dancer KatiaMore »