Twyla Tharp at PNB
The ballet needs to tell its own story in such a way it can be received without having to be translated into language.
Twyla Tharp is extraordinary. Take one look at her bio and you can see it […]
Welcome to the final program of this historic season. Whether you are newly back to in-person performances with us of you’ve been along for the thrilling ride all season, it’s wonderful to see you. So much has transpired since our cautious […]
Jahna Frantziskonis strutted casually across the studio floor on pointe while tapping her left palm with her right index finger.
“Twyla, is she texting?” I asked “…on pointe?” Twyla nodded. “I think you’re the first person to choreograph […]
My daughter, Sarah, is part of a very chatty carpool to and from ballet classes. According to one mom, the girls were discussing the foot pains that serious ballet students have to endure. (They were nine at the time.) Swapping stories, Sarah chimed in, […]