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Posts tagged “Cary Ballet Company

A Dance 4 All Seasons Showcase

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium   Saturday, June 3rd  11:00, 3:00 & 7:00

Tickets available via tututix.com/caryballetconservatory


Musing On A New Year

The intro page of my web site needed new images for a New Year

The Muse provides and I abide

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No Muse Is Bad News

I don’t understand Muses but Artists need them

This one, Terpsichore, is telling me to get to work

Snow Days are no excuse to squander the inspiration of a Muse

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Cary Ballet Company  “The Nutcracker”  Space & Tech Rehearsal

12 Dec 2016 – Cary Arts Center


Stage Light #22

Cary Ballet Conservatory – Professional Training Program

YAGP Preview  Cary Arts Center  14 Dec 2016

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2016 Spring Showcase – Lobby Card

Each production of Cary Ballet & 3D Jazz Companies gets a 20×30 Lobby Card

I love to make them but agonize over the image choice – too many wonderful dancers

4x6 2016 Spring Gala

 

 


Stage Light II

0523 Tuesday Dress

Photographed at Dress Rehearsal of “A Mermaids Dream”

2015 Cary Ballet Conservatory Annual Recital


A Senior Portrait

Senior Portraits are the one time of year I can choose how to light and pose dancers.  It is not a chore.


Tiny Dancer #2

No shoes? No problem!

3D Project Jazz Company of the Cary Ballet Conservatory, Dress Rehearsal, 14 June 2011


Winter #3

It’s not magic, its Ballet.  Which sometimes seems so.


Winter #2

Ironically, this was performed last June in the production of “Anastasia” by the Cary Ballet Company.  Projected lighting gave it an ethereal quality made powerful by a haunting cello.  Sometimes it takes awhile to see a photograph.


Just One Look

Photographed at the 14 June 2011 Dress Rehearsal of  “Anastasia” by the Cary Ballet Conservatory.


“Anastasia” in Monochrome

The staging for this scene,  “Once Upon A December”, was visually compelling.  Through five performances, two dancers alternately danced the role of “Anastasia”, each beautifully, each differently.  This is Ms. Breanna Johnson.