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One last weekend to catch these amazing shows.
If you’re spending the long holiday weekend in the city, you must catch at least one of these lovely shows on their last weekend. And if you can make it to all three, even better.Adults and children of all ages are enchanted ...
 
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Barkman worked with her coach, prima ballerina Lisa Macuja-Elizalde.
It was only last year, in June, when then 20-year-old Katherine Barkman found herself eliminated after round one of the 2017 Moscow International Ballet Competition. At the time, the young American dancer had thought it was the lowest point of her career, ...
 
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The one-night-only American Stars Gala hosted by Ballet Manila is making history with its lineup of dancers.
“When I curate a gala, I don’t want it to look like a competition. I want it to look like a celebration of these different dancers showing off different facets—not just of themselves, but of this big repertoire,” Ballet Manila artistic director ...
 
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Lisa Macuja-Elizalde, founder of Ballet Manila, will choreograph the premiere of Snow White.
With another children’s classic as her inspiration, Ballet Manila founder Lisa Macuja-Elizalde choreographs the premiere of Snow White later this month. In this original production by Ballet Manila, audiences will be treated to a spectacle of fantasy, romance, adventure, plus a healthy ...
 
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Accomplished ballet dancer Joseph Phillips on reprising the role of Siegfried in the Tchaikovsky classic, settling into the country, and developing an app for fellow dancers.
Christened the “Golden Boy of Ballet” for all the awards and recognitions he’s collected throughout his dancing career, Joseph Phillips has spent the last six months settling into his new home—Manila. Frequently associated with Russia’s Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, Phillips ...
 
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It's a fitting end for Ballet Manila's 21st season.
Bringing its 21st season to a close, Ballet Manila stages Don Quixote, arguably the most popular and enduring work of the prolific Russian choreographer Marius Petipa. First presented in 1869, the ballet is based on one of the greatest novels in world ...
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