Tag Archives: Alastair Macaulay

For the Love of Feet

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about feet.  A few weeks ago I officially started training for the NYC Half Marathon, and whether I’m pounding the pavement, warming up, or stretching, I am continually grateful for my feet’s ability to … Continue reading

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NYCB: 21st Century Movement

A wrap-up of New York City Ballet’s winter season, written by Alastair Macaulay, appeared in the NY Times a few days ago. His assessments of current dancers – both positive and negative – are mostly accurate, and he is correct … Continue reading

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Degas Dancers at the Metropolitan Museum

“The Little Fourteen Year Old Dancer”, Edgar Degas, cast in 1922 Image from The Metropolitan Museum of Art website A few days ago, Alastair Macaulay wrote an article about Edgar Degas’s ballet paintings and sculptures at the Metropolitan Museum of … Continue reading

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