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Dora’s Ballet Adventures *Review* by Seeryus Mama .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Aug 2011 12:00am With my tiny dancer two weeks into dance class, it’s no wonder Paige has a new favorite DVD, Dora’s Ballet Adventures ! Featuring four dancing episodes, this 95 minute DVD is chock full of grooving episodes my preschooler loves. Dora’s Ballet Adventure – Dora’s dance class is getting ready for a special dance recital and her whole ... Read on »
Joffrey Ballet in San Diego: Review by Nikol Klein Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 Jan 2013 12:00am It is not too often that world renowned ballet companies make their way to San Diego so I jumped on the opportunity to see the Joffrey Ballet perform at the San Diego Copley Symphony Hall on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. I was pleased to see that the repertoire would be all contemporary ballet pieces in which they performed three- Stanton ... Read on »
Ballet Body DVD Review by The Healthy Hostess Posted Sun 17 Mar 2013 7:50am Getting new DVD’s in the mail is so much fun!   It means a different workout you have never tried, ideas for classes, and an at-home option for next time you feel like skipping the gym.   I was especially excited to try these Ballet Body DVDs I was recently sent because I have been very interested in Ballet Body Fitness/Barre/Pilat ... Read on »
DVD Review: My First Ballet Collection by Nichelle S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Nov 2009 10:01pm Do you have a ballet student or young child interested in all things dance on your gift list this year? Image via Wikipedia A brand new video, released in September, would be a wonderful addition to their dance library. My First Ballet Collection is exactly what its title indicates, a treasury of excerpted performances w ... Read on »
Quick Review: Element's Ballet Conditioning with Elise Gulan by ProteinBarGirl Posted Mon 15 Mar 2010 7:57pm When I was about seven I begged my mom to put me in ballet classes. My mom thought it was a great idea and quickly enrolled me in a neighborhood dance studio. I, of course, would last one day. Rushing from picking my younger brother and me up from elementary school to my first class, my mom got me to the studio a few minutes late. That was ... Read on »
Children’s Book Review: "The Sleeping Beauty: A Journey to the Ballet of the Mariinsky Theatre," by Nikita Polyansky by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 16 Sep 2013 11:26am If your little princess loves dancing or fairy tales, then I have the perfect book for her: The Sleeping Beauty: A Journey to the Ballet of the Mariinsky Theatre, by Nikita Polyansky. This gorgeous hardcover picture book tells the story of a little girl in St. Petersburg, Russia, who dreams of seeing the ballet performance of The Sleeping Bea ... Read on »
Dance St. Louis Student Reviewer Contest by Selly Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:04am BalletMet performing Dracula Dance St. Louis is holding a Student Reviewer Contest in affiliation with its 2008-2009 season. Students in grades 6-12 are invited to write a review of a Dance St. Louis performance. The contest is held in two rounds. For the first round, participants are asked to review either BalletMet's production of Dracul ... Read on »
Chic Shops: Leopard Print Ballet Flats by thechiclife Posted Tue 13 Sep 2011 11:53pm 1 Comment I’ve been shopping around for several things to update my wardrobe. I’ve been in a bit of a drought the last couple years, so now that I’m buying again, I’m stocking up on staples while still trying to incorporate a few new, trendier items to keep my wardrobe fresh. One of the trends that I’m drooling over right now is the trend of leo ... Read on »
Tutus and Fairys and Pink - Oh My! - Prima Princessa: Product Review & Giveaway by Alyson .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:01pm If you are the Parent or Grandparent of a little girl, you know that they are all about magic anddancingand sparkle and pink. Here at our house filled with three little girls, we are surrounded by such things constantlyandalthough I want to do everything I can to encourage their love of beauty, imagination, and music, I am sometimes at a loss ... Read on »
Houston Ballet’s Got The Nutcracker Covered by Nichelle S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 7:17pm Ballet: The Nutcracker; Choreographer: Ben Stevenson; Dancers: Katharine Precourt & Linnar Looris; Photograph: Amitava Sarkar In the music industry artists often release new renditions, called covers, of previously recorded and released songs. Often these are explorations and reworkings of the original material, designed to pay t ... Read on »