05/05/13 - nytimes.com
New York City Ballet performed an all-Jerome Robbins program, including “Interplay,” “Fancy Free” and “I’m Old-Fashioned,” on Friday at Lincoln Center.
05/05/13 - artsjournal.com
Reviving Old Musicals By Putting (Newly Choreographed) Dance Front And Center
The New York Times 05/04/13 Source
05/05/13 - danceusa.org
Remembering Frederic Franklin, Dance/USA Honor Recipient
Editor’s note: Dance/USA remembers Frederic Franklin, one of the United States’ great ballet dancers, teachers, stagers, and ballet masters. His career spanned much of the 20th century. In 2008, Franklin received the Dance/USA Honor award for his “extraordinary leadership in the field through artistic excellence and force of vision.” Franklin died on May 4, 2013. From the Green Room reprints excerpts from an interview conducted by long-time critic and dance writer Mindy Aloff conducted in 2008. Between 200 and 2001, Franklin was the subject of a 41-transcript oral history co-sponsored by The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center and The George Balanchine Foundation.* If you have remembrances of Mr. Franklin, please share them below.
05/05/13 - danceviewtimes.com
They Are Us
05/04/13 - washingtonpost.com
With My Friends are Married Tumblr, a single girl’s lament goes viral
Samantha Stach had a friend conundrum.
The 25-year-old Charlotte, N.C., native left her hometown for a stint in the District and, upon her return to the South last spring, found that every last one of her high school friends was married. They stayed home on the couch, snuggling in Snuggies instead of hitting the bars and, the moment they finished exchanging vows, developed amnesia about what it was like to be single.Read full article >>