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From Cattle Call to Company Contract, Here’s What It Takes to Join BalletX

“‘I’m going to walk through; it’s going to be so awkward,’ says BalletX artistic and executive director Christine Cox, addressing 119 auditionees and acknowledging the ever-intimidating clipboard she holds. The room bursts into laughter, and smiles linger as pliés begin.” Hannah Fox sits in on the audition. – Dance Magazine
Tags: Art, Dance, Christine Cox, BalletX, 03.12.19, Hannah Fox


Critic’s Notebook: Ballet Today, the Good and the Bad, on Display at the Joyce

This year’s Ballet Festival features five companies. Our critic assesses three: Dimensions Dance Theater of Miami, MOVETHECOMPANY and BalletX.
Tags: News, Dancing, Miami, Joyce Theater, Joyce, BalletX, Dimensions Dance Theater of Miami, Juanita y Alicia (Ballet, MOVETHECOMPANY, The Masque of the Red Death (Ballet


Critic’s Notebook: In Philadelphia, Ballet Neighbors Divided by Style

BalletX presents full-bodied and engaging new ballets, while Pennsylvania Ballet offers a superficial “Swan Lake.”
Tags: News, Dancing, Angel, Philadelphia, Matthew, McIntyre, Trey, Pennsylvania Ballet, Moultrie, Corella, Swan Lake (Ballet, BalletX, Neenan, Darrell Grand, The Boogeyman (Ballet, Vivir (Ballet


BalletX 'Beautiful Decay' a passionate reminder that dancers don't 'age out' of talent

BalletX brought back Nicolo Fonte's 'Beautiful Decay' to open its fall program at the Wilma Theater in a passionate reminder that old dancers don't "age out" of talent.
Tags: Incidents, Wilma Theater, Nicolo Fonte, BalletX