Posted By Erin on March 10, 2013
Sacramento Ballet: Inside the Director’s Studio, The Art of the Laugh
This was my third trip out to an in studio show for the Sacramento Ballet (check out the ballet tag for my previous reviews) and it followed the same pattern as previous shows. The Sacramento Ballet’s director, Ron Cunningham, gives the audience a preview of the upcoming performance of the Ballet, which, for this show, was A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We also got to hear about various “bloopers” that have been experienced and/or witnessed by the dancers.
Awesome-O-Meter: 4 1/2 Awesomes It’s really no surprise that I’ve given this a high rating, after all I’ve done that for my other Sacramento Ballet reviews. Getting to see the choreography up close and personal is always fun, but this one gets an extra half an awesome because it is so much fun watching Serious Professional Dancers get to be Very Very silly.Related posts
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