Monthly Archives: April 2012

Behind the Scenes with ‘Don Quixote’

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Fans! Spanish flamenco fans fluttering everywhere and the trill and jingle of tambourines – that was my first overwhelming impression as I stepped into the Stage Left wings in the War Memorial Opera House last Saturday afternoon. It was the first onstage rehearsal for San Francisco Ballet’s new production of Don Quixote, and I was there as […]

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‘Youthful High Jinks’ and ‘Don Q’ Lore!

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    On Monday, April 30 I will be giving a talk at the Museum of Performance and Design on the great nineteenth century ballet comedic masterpiece, Don Quixote, this season’s firecracker closer at San Francisco Ballet. This ballet has it all – a romantic storyline, a deliciously exotic Spanish setting, and some of the […]

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Backstage with SFB’s Staff Photographer

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As the staff photographer for San Francisco Ballet, my job is to photograph the Company for advertising, press releases, brochures, and programs. Most of my time is spent in the rehearsal studios photographing the dancers and choreographers while ballet’s are being created. But during the Company’s season, I’m fortunate enough to be able to photograph […]

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Progress!

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Things are really coming along for the upcoming Get in Front Performance on June 6th at the Herbst Theater!  Our last blog entry spoke to the cause, Getting in Front of cancer – and the amazing organization behind it, The Cancer Prevention Institute of California.  Garen Scribner and I have been working tirelessly to pull […]

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