#TBT: Antoinette Sibley in "Cinderella" (1969)

#TBT: Antoinette Sibley in "Cinderella" (1969)

With its fairytale magic and ludicrous stepsisters, Sir Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella is full of whimsy and charm. The choreography is also playfully challenging with quirky, intricate phrasing that illuminates Prokofiev’s score. Antoinette Sibley, a...
Ballet’s Dramatic Entrances

Ballet’s Dramatic Entrances

Whether it’s an oh-so fashionably late arrival to a ball or an endless line of impressively in-sync penchés, ballets know the power of a dramatic entrance. (Appropriate, perhaps, that the word “entrance” has a double meaning, depending on how...
Happy Birthday to a Ballet Legend

Happy Birthday to a Ballet Legend

Sir Anthony Dowell, principal dancer at The Royal Ballet from 1966 to 1984 and director of the company from 1986 to 2001, celebrates his 70th birthday this Saturday, February 16th. A strong and masterful technical dancer, Dowell created the role of Oberon in Frederick...

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