Not a review: Thoughts on Miami City Ballet & George Balanchine’s ‘Nutcracker’

The Music Center last week presented “The Nutcracker” for the first time in five years. The two-act ballet premiered in Russia in 1892, but, as we all know, it ended up becoming a holiday obsession here in the U.S. instead. (Read Jennifer Fisher’s excellent book “Nutcracker Nation” to find out how that happened.) Rachel Moore, …

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3 Questions: Rachel Moore, Music Center

The Music Center kicks off a new initiative this summer, called The Music Center on Location. The downtown performing arts center is moving off campus, presenting two smaller dance companies and music artists at the Ford Theatres: Aszure Barton Dance in "Awáa" on Aug. 18 and Jacob Jonas The Company on Aug. 19, in shared program with …

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Addendum: Trey McIntyre Project

Here are a few more details about Trey McIntyre Project's new, not-yet-titled ballet, which is being co-commissioned by the Segerstrom Center for the Arts and will be performed on the outdoor Plaza, Nov. 23-25.  In a prepared statement, McIntyre said the piece "will further examine the performer/audience relationship and seek to turn inside-out some of …

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