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October 2007

October 2007

Curtain Up
Wendy Perron
Letters: Body issues
Vital Signs: A potpourri of events and ideas
Anniversary Gallery: Nureyev
Dance Matters: Silver celebration at the Joyce, Banff Centre's legacy, Kazuo Ohno turns 101
One a Day?
Vitamin drinks claim they're good for you. Is it true?
Lauren Kay
Advice For Dancers
Pure Presence
Boston Ballet’s Kathleen Breen Combes brings drama and delicacy to every step.
Wendy Perron and Lindsay Cowan
The Earth Moved
Falling in love—with dance. One dancer remembers that first night.
Abigail Rasminsky
Martinis & MySpace
Sarah Keough
The Story of the Tutu
Ballet’s signature costume has a fabled past and a glamorous present.
Victoria Looseleaf
Tales from the Dark Side
Dancers on the power of witchy roles
Lea Marshall
Teacher's Wisdom: Sally Streets
Bringing Balanchine to Berkeley
Rachel Howard
On the Rise: Alejandro Cerrudo
His choreography in demand, the dancer has a busy year ahead
Hedy Weiss
On Broadway: A category-busting new genre of dance
Dance’s Own Temple
In 1948 Morton Baum asked an astonished Lincoln Kirstein if he would like Ballet Society to become New York City Ballet.
Clive Barnes

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