Community Calendar Avigdor has visited streets, churches, cafés, subways and monuments of the two cities and presents a comparison by his photographic ... Without Partners is hosting the biggest singles dinner/dance party of the season, open to the public, on Saturday ... 12/5/2014 - 9:31 pm | View Link
Arthur Barron, Dave Liebman and Abel Pabon – The Miami Jazz Project [TrackList follows] – Zoho Arthur Barron, Dave Liebman and Abel Pabon ... Dahomey Dance; Lordy Lourdes; Jinnistan; Winter Day; Mr. Q; Blessings Eternal (introduction to Slow Dance on the Killing Ground); Slow Dance on the Killing Ground; Scheer Joy; Missing Person; Tu Amor ... 11/20/2014 - 1:53 pm | View Link
Stuttgart Ballet 2014-15 Season On Sunday morning, July 26th, the John Cranko School will dance a varied ... presents two performances in the Opera House in Stuttgart – this year on July 12th and 26th, 2015. Rausch_Ch. Stiens_(c) Bernd Weißbrod A. Memory Ch. Kozielska Stuttgart Ballet ... 09/4/2014 - 4:31 pm | View Link
The Great Demo Review of 2014 If you read last year's Great Demo Review, you probably got a pretty good idea of just how overwhelming it can be to trudge through the number of submissions we get every year. Last year, we received 223 demos, the sheer weight of which very likely ... 02/26/2014 - 9:41 am | View Link
Championship Year in Review: From April to October, in their own words This post serves a few purposes. First, here’s your “It’s the End of the Year So Let’s Review…” post, to go along with all the “Top 10 _____” you’ll be seeing on TV and all over the internet over the next week. It’s also, I suppose, a ... 12/25/2012 - 4:55 am | View Link
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Elitedance :: Dance related digital media news ... NEW YORK THEATRE BALLET to receive National Endowment for the Arts Grant 07/30/2015 - 1:05 pm | View Website
Hugh Jackman's Opening Number: 2009 Oscars Hugh Jackman's opening number saluting Oscar-nominated films at the 81st Academy Awards. Featuring Anne Hathaway. See more 2009 Oscar highlights: https ... 07/30/2015 - 12:08 pm | View Website
Dance Exercise Videos and DVD 2 Instructional Dance Exercise Videos & DVDs 2. Dance exercise videos and DVD, move it and lose it. Get fit with Ballet Boot Camp, Ballet Workout, Artistry of Fitness ... 07/30/2015 - 7:50 am | View Website
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Best known in the U. S. as the filmmaker whose "City on Fire" inspired Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs," Ringo Lam hasn't made a feature since the 2003 direct-to-video Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle, "In Hell." Lam did partake in the 2007 triptych "Triangle," but the state of Hong Kong filmmaking
In the new German CG feature "The Seventh Dwarf," elements from "Snow White," "Sleeping Beauty," "Tangled," "Frozen," "Happy Feet" and "Shrek" have been ineptly stitched together into a leaden film that children will enjoy about as much as lumps in their oatmeal.
Like a doll forever teetering on the wrong side of a do-not-overinflate experiment, Wisconsin-born "Saturday Night Live" star Chris Farley wrung laughter out of his performance paradoxes: He was large but agile, loud yet vulnerable, and somehow gracefully explosive.
While "Wolverine's Ethiopian Vacation" might have grabbed extra attention, the more alliterative "Dukale's Dream" documents a meeting that proved life-changing for both Hugh Jackman and a poor coffee farmer during a 2009 trip to Addis Ababa on behalf of World Vision International Australia.
Moviegoers wary of the summer's expensively rendered superhero skirmishes can still find mano-a-mano thrills - all verbal, no less tension-filled - in "Best of Enemies." Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville's pungently entertaining, richly observed documentary revisits the 1968 TV debates between conservative