Rep 6 - All Tharp (2021-22 Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
2y ago
Doug Fullington closes out PNB's 2021-22 Season with an overview of our final rep of the season, ALL THARP. ALL THARP features three of the many varied dance works by legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp. Fullington talks through the Scottish-themed Brief Fling, the nod to Tharp's Shaker roots Sweet Fields, and PNB fan favorite Waiting at the Station.  ..read more
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Rep 2 - Beyond Ballet (2021-22 Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
2y ago
Ballet Talk is back in person! This episode was recorded was recorded on opening night of PNB's second rep of the 2021/22 Season, BEYOND BALLET. Former Manager of Audience Education Doug Fullington walks a small live audience through the three works that make up BEYOND BALLET. As we celebrate internationally acclaimed choreographers Ulysses Dove, Jessica Lang, and Alonzo King, we can find even more beauty in their common threads. The combination of Ulysses Dove's mournful Dancing on the Front Porch of Heaven, Jessica Lang's haunting Ghost Variations, and the PNB Premiere of Alonzo Ki ..read more
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Rep 1-Singularly Cerrudo (2021/22 Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Join PNB's former Manager of Audience Education Doug Fullington in kicking off the 2021/22 season with SINGULARLY CERRUDO. The triple bill celebrates the creative power of PNB’s Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo in the presentation of his most beloved work. Breathe in the moving tranquility of Silent Ghost, get a tantalizing look at the spectacular teamwork in an excerpt from One Thousand Pieces, and journey through the unexpected twists and turns of Little mortal jump. At the center of it all? Spectacular dancing and Cerrudo’s compelling perspective on humanity ..read more
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Rep 6 (Digital Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Doug Fullington talks about PNB's conclusion of our first-ever digital season with two world premiere works choreographed, rehearsed, and filmed exclusively for the digital stage by Tony-award winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, and artistic director of Ballet Met, Edwaard Liang. PNB's Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo's cheeky work, PACOPEPEPLUTO, closes out the triple bill ..read more
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Coppelia (2020-2021 Digital Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Doug Fullington's pre-performance Ballet Talk on George Balanchine's Coppélia.   ..read more
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Rep 4 (2020-2021 Digital Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Doug Fullington's pre-performance Ballet Talk for Rep 4 of PNB's Digital Season features your behind the scenes look at Doris Duke Artist award winner Donald Byrd's world premiere work And the sky is not cloudy all day, and residenct choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo's second premiere for PNB, Future Memory, both created and produced just for the digital stage. Joining the program is an encore presentation of Alexei Ratmansky’s Pictures at an Exhibition ..read more
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Rep 2 (2020-2021 Digital Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Doug Fullington is back to guide us through his Ballet Talk for Rep 2 of PNB's Digital Season. Rep 2 celebrates a lineage of female choreographers each with their own bright and arresting perspective. Doug guides us through the world premiere works Ghost Variations by Jessica Lang and Penny Saunders' Wonderland; each created for the digital stage, conceived, rehearsed, and produced during the pandemic. These new works were joined by a series of male solos from Twyla Tharp's Waterbaby Bagatelles and a new-to-PNB work by Susan Marshall, Arms ..read more
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Rep 1 (2020-2021 Digital Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Doug Fullington kicks off Pacific Northwest Ballet's first rep of our digital season. Rep 1 features solos and socially distanced gems from Kent Stowell’s Swan Lake, George Balanchine’s Jewels, and Jerome Robbins’ Dances at a Gathering to PNB audience favorites like Ulysses Dove’s Red Angels, Jessica Lang’s The Calling, and Marco Goecke’s Mopey ..read more
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Roméo et Juliette (2020-2021 Digital Season)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
3y ago
Doug Fullington takes us behind the scenes of Jean-Christophe Maillot's Roméo et Juliette ..read more
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Q & A - Music Librarian, Mona Butler
Pacific Northwest Ballet Podcast
by Doug Fullington
4y ago
Mona Butler has been a bassoonist in Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra since the orchestra was founded in 1989, and PNB's Music Librarian since the position was created in 1996. Marketing Assistant Maris Antolin sat down with Mona in late February to talk about what a Music Librarian does, the years-long process of putting together the orchestra parts for Alejandro Cerrudo's One Thousand Pieces, and the hard-working artists of PNB's orchestra ..read more
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