Whipped Cream

Whipped Cream by American Ballet Theatre.

I missed Whipped Cream last year, and was glad to finally catch the production this year. My favorite part of the night, though, came during the curtain bow. Catherine Hurlin was just promoted to a soloist over the weekend. Tonight was her first performance since the announcement. You could literally see the glee coming out of her, as she dances joyfully on stage during the bow. Congratulations!!!

Don Quixote

Don Quixote by American Ballet Theatre.

Love Isabella Boylston as Kitri, and Catherine Hurlin and Cassie Trenary as the Flower Girls!

Swan Lake

American Ballet Theatre. June 23rd at the Met Opera House.

A completely packed house to see Misty Copeland as Odette-Odile in Swan Lake this afternoon.

Swan Lake

American Ballet Theatre. June 18th at the Met Opera House.

Swan Lake. My favorite moments: The black swan scene between Devon Teuscher and Cory Stearns. Pas de Trois by Katherine Williams, Catherine Hurlin, and Blaine Hoven.


American Ballet Theatre at the Met Opera House.

A fun night with the new production, Harlequinade.

La Bayadère

American Ballet Theater. May 30th at the Met Opera House.

Tonight’s La Bayadère featured a stunning cast: Gorgeous dancing by Skylar Brandt as Gamzatti, Sarah Lane as Nikiya, and wonderful air time by Herman Cornejo.


American Ballet Theatre. May 26th at the Met Opera House.

Misty Copeland reprised her role as the Firebird, when the show first opened last season. I also loved Cassie Trenary‘s wonderful dancing and gorgeous expressions as the Maiden.

We were also treated to AfterRite by Wayne McGregor. This is the third choreography that I saw within the past year, set to the dramatic music “The Rite of Spring” by Igor Stravinsky. The other two were Pina Bausch’s and Martha Graham’s creations. It was interesting to see a different interpretation of the music.


American Ballet Theatre. May 19th at the Met Opera House.

One of the most beautiful Giselle I’ve seen so far. Hee Seo dramatically captured Giselle’s sorrows and madness. The chemistry between Hee Seo and Roberto Bolle, as Count Albrecht, was wonderful and conveyed the depth of their love for each other.