Sliver of Sky by Ludovic Ondiviela Review

Darkness. Loud noises. No escape. It is incredible to think that in this day and age there are still men, women and even children who are going through the physical and emotional abuse of living in solitary confinement. Some of them with no hope of ever seeing a glimpse of… View Post

He Says: ROH Giselle Review 01/04/2016

Just as I kept repeating this to my friend Elena, I feel that I need to start with… So…Giselle… As we all know Giselle is the quintessential Romantic ballet which can be found in almost every ballet company’s classic repertoire. The story goes that peasant girl meets rich boy and… View Post

Ballet Social Media Roundup: 29 January – 5 February 2016

This has been a really exciting week, beginning with the opening of the Prix de Lausanne competition, a ballet world premier at NYCB, and culminating with the unexpected news that Benjamin Millepied was stepping down as the director of Paris Opera Ballet, and Aurélie Dupont stepping up! We love how… View Post