We went to see Cleveland Ballet’s Nutcracker Suite at the Hanna Theatre on Friday. It stayed close to the traditional story and the traditional use of Tchaikovsky’s music, but achieved uncommon success by using its resources well.
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We are thrilled to announce that on October 14, 2017, Cleveland Ballet will present its first performance as the newest resident company at Playhouse Square. The company will perform Les Sylphides with music by Frederic Chopin.
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Cleveland Ballet held an open rehearsal to preview their upcoming concert so we drove down to watch. Maybe you know the intersection in Bedford Heights where South Green Road ends at Miles… Read the rest of the article here.
Cleveland history was made this past weekend as ballet was once again performed on Playhouse Square by the local Cleveland Ballet Company. It was also a chance for those attending the two performances to catch a glimpse of the nearly restored Ohio Theatre Lobby. Read the rest of the article here.
The dancing isn’t all that’s choreographed at the new and rising Cleveland Ballet. No, the company itself also is following well-laid plans. Read the rest of the article here.
Under the artistic leadership of Puerto Rico-born Gladisa Guadalupe, a former member of the Nahat-led company, she hopes to develop a core group of dancers with high levels of talent. To accomplish this she has held auditions in Cleveland, New York, and other major cities. Her goal? “I want Cleveland Ballet to again join the list of jewels that make Cleveland a special place artistically.” Read the rest of the review here.
Latino Cleveland S.2 Ep 14 | Cleveland Ballet’s Gladisa Guadalupe, El Barrio’s Sely Mojica