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  • Rosella Hightower, American Indian ballet dancer, dies at 88

    Rosella Hightower, a prominent American Indian ballet dancer who rose to an illustrious career in the 1940s and 1950s and later started one of the premier dance schools in Europe, died overnight Nov. 3 at her home in Cannes, in the south of France. She...
  • Clive Barnes dies at 81; newspaper critic covered New York theater and dance for 40 years

    Clive Barnes, the avuncular and quotable critic who covered New York's theater and dance scene for more than 40 years, died early Wednesday at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan. He was 81 and recently had been diagnosed with liver cancer. His death...
  • Movie review: 'Dancing Across Borders,' a Cambodian ballet

     
    In a mere 88 minutes, “Dancing Across Borders” tells several overlapping stories engagingly. It focuses on Sokvannara (Sy) Sar, a teenager in 2000 when he was spotted by arts philanthropist and filmmaker Anne Bass doing Cambodian folk dances near the....
  • ‘Le Corsaire’ is Orlando Ballet’s season ender

     
    My colleague Adriana Collado, who works on the Sentinel’s Spanish-language newspaper, El Sentinel, attended the press preview for Orlando Ballet’s upcoming Le Corsaire. Here’s her report: By Adriana Collado, El Sentinel/Orlando Sentinel Or...
  • TAKE 5: Muppets' Weird Guests

     
    The Muppets return to prime time this week with the NBC special ???A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa.??? These lovable creatures have been entertaining viewers since the 1950s, when Jim Henson first presented them on a local Washington, D.C., show.......
  • A last waltz for Damian Woetzel

    A last waltz for Damian Woetzel
    FOR HALF an hour on a late May afternoon, Damian Woetzel had the New York State Theater stage to himself. Although odd noises emerged from the wings as stagehands went about their business, Woetzel, in a T-shirt and stretch pants, focused intently on...
  • Hampton Arts director earned spot

    Hampton Arts director earned spot
    Michael Curry started organizing concerts as a teenager and never looked back. He came to the United States in 1974 from his native England to serve as director of the Lafayette (La.) Fine Arts Fondation. The city of Hampton hired him away in 1988 to...
  • Roberto Bolle, ABT's latest leading man

    Roberto Bolle, ABT's latest leading man
    In his native Italy, Roberto Bolle has achieved a degree of popularity unknown to ballet dancers in this country. His chiseled, handsome features -- not to mention his hunky torso -- are featured in magazine spreads and advertising campaigns. But he is...