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LATO B Ashen Ataljanc ATERBALLETTO COMPAGNIA – YouTube



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Ballet that explores the dark side of Rapunzel | Herald Scotland


Ballet that explores the dark side of Rapunzel | Herald Scotland.

▶ The Kaplan New Works – Victoria Morgan


▶ The Kaplan New Works – Victoria Morgan – 1415 – YouTube.

WOMEN CHOREOGRAPHERS GET A GOOD SHAKE AT CINCINNATI BALLET


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Recently, I wrote a Fall Arts Preview in dance for Cincinnati CityBeat (the alternative paper here in town). It’s worth noting that for 2013-14, the company’s first production, “The Kaplan New Works” series again has featured three women choreographers (Jodi Gates, Heather Britt and Gina Patterson).  For the 2012-13 season, Cincinnati ranked first on the list, with seven women against sixteen total for the entire remainder of the list.  Just do the math!

For the rest of 2013-14, Victoria Morgan’s “Frisch’s presents The Nutcracker,” and the world premiere “King Arthur’s Camelot,” join Cincinnati Ballet & Over the Rhine (Jodi Gates again).  Only four women total, but two of them have work presented twice!

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