Back in the theater for the first time since February 2020, the company shows fine form in a program highlighted by Balanchine’s classic “Four Temperaments.”
Dance critic Martha Ullman West looks back on a year of isolation and remembers moments of beauty that broke the spell.
As Lou Harrison said, music is basically a song and a dance. Welcome to a week of it.
Oregon Ballet Theatre lights the fireworks with Forsythe, Balanchine, and the dazzling return of “Scheherazade.”
Teresina, the heroine of Napoli, is a woman for our time. Don’t believe me? Go see Oregon Ballet Theatre’s sparkling new production of August Bournonville’s signature ballet, which opens the company’s 29th season at the Keller Auditorium on Saturday night. With a libretto by Bournonville, and a score by E. Helsted, Gade and Paulli, with […]