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Colorado Ballet takes a chance

Denver Post - March 8, 2009

Amy Seiwert has not yet attained the stature of a major choreographer, but she no longer has the cachet of being an emerging talent, either. She's somewhere... Read the full article

Denver kids to perform with Colorado Ballet

Your Hub - March 3, 2009

It's the ultimate of love triangles with peculiar couples, mischievous sprites, comical fairies and heartache all set in an enchanted forest. Colorado Balle... Read the full article

Youthful gusto suits Midsummer Night's Dream

Denver Post - March 3, 2009

Christopher Wheeldon was just 23 when the Colorado Ballet debuted his two-act adaptation of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in 1997. But this youthful yet still... Read the full article

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Colorado Drama - March 3, 2009

Of all the plays written by the fellow who used the pen name "William Shakespeare," the most adaptable to other media is A Midsummer-Night's Dream. It shine... Read the full article

Copper kids perform in Colorado Ballet

Summit Daily - March 2, 2009

Ashton and Landon Harris, 11-year-old twins who live at Copper Mountain, began ballet lessons just before they turned 3 years old. Their mother, Beverly, dr... Read the full article

A dream, a nightmare come true in dance

Denver Post - February 27, 2009

Christopher Wheeldon has become one of the most sought-after ballet choreographers in the world and the founder of an adventurous new company that regularly... Read the full article

O'Neal dancing in classic ballet

Holyoke Enterprise - February, 26, 2009

On the heels of a record-setting production of The Nutcracker, Colorado Ballet’s first production in 2009 offers a fresh perspective on the Shakespearean cl... Read the full article

For her, every day is Valentine's Day

Rocky Mountain News - February 14, 2009

When little Caitlin entered the world 23 years ago today, her mother was ecstatic that a baby girl had joined the family... Read the full article

So far, Denver arts organizations can take a punch

Denver Post - February 1, 2009

Opera Pacific in Santa Ana, Calif., ceased operations in November. Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., is closing its art museum and and selling the coll... Read the full article

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