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Sascha Radetsky Named Artistic Director of ABT Studio Company

There aren’t many dancers who’ve had as varied a post-stage career as Sascha Radetsky. Since retiring in 2014, the former American Ballet Theatre soloist and Center Stage star has reprised his role as Charlie in Center Stage: On Pointe; acted in two television programs (Starz network’s Flesh and Bone and Hallmark Channel’s A Nutcracker Christmas) […]

Sascha Radetsky Stars in Hallmark's Latest Holiday Movie

Hallmark Channel Christmas movies, with their delightfully cheesy plots and predictable fairy tale endings, are pretty much the ultimate guilty pleasure. But this year there’s an extra reason to cozy up in front of the TV in your pajamas, popcorn in hand. The latest Hallmark original movie, A Nutcracker Christmas, is all about ballet, complete […]

Sascha Radetsky's Latest Role

Former American Ballet Theatre soloist Sascha Radetsky has been named the director of New York University’s master’s in ballet pedagogy program, which runs in partnership with ABT. The program, officially titled “Teaching Dance in the Professions with a concentration in ABT Ballet Pedagogy,” prepares participants for a career in ballet research, or teaching positions at […]

Sascha Radetsky is on a Creative Roll

Photo by Angela Sterling via Vogue   We’re already anticipating Sascha Radetsky’s role in the new Starz TV series “Flesh and Bone,” which premieres on November 8, and now the former American Ballet Theatre soloist is giving us even more to look forward to. New York University’s Center for Ballet and the Arts has awarded […]

Radetsky Returns

When Sascha Radetsky joined the Dutch National Ballet in 2008, after a fruitful 13-year career with American Ballet Theatre, he was looking forward to expanding his repertoire of principal roles. But though he was able to partially fulfill that dream—performing Albrecht in Giselle and Masetto in Don Giovanni with DNB—various obligations brought him back to […]

What Happens to Audition Materials After You Press “Send”?

Increasingly, ballet companies are moving away from traditional open-call auditions. Instead, many prefer for dancers to submit a video reel, photos, and resumé, either via email or through an online portal, in order to be considered for an in-person audition. But while dancers have embraced the ability to present themselves more widely, quickly, and inexpensively […]

The Quiet Intensity of ABT’s SunMi Park

In a rehearsal studio at American Ballet Theatre not long ago, SunMi Park, a newly minted soloist, and principal dancer Calvin Royal III rehearsed a pas de deux from Christopher Wheeldon’s new ballet, Like Water for Chocolate. The passage depicted a tender moment between two people exploring their feelings for each other. As Royal lifted […]