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United States
New York's Chamber Dance Project: Up Close and Personal  (Jun 2004)
Pacific Northwest Ballet Goes Global:The Exotic Men of Ballet  (May 2001)
Ballet: Today and Tomorrow  (Jun 2000)
Boston Ballet's Anna-Marie Holmes: The Russian Connection  (Jan 2000)
New York City Ballet at 50: A Charmed Troupe  (May 1999)
Pacific Northwest Ballet's 'Silver Lining'  (Oct 1998)
Rise of the Blockbuster Ballet  (Mar 1998)
Kirov Academy Strikes Gold: Two Varna Winners  (Mar 1997)
Washington's Venerable School of Ballet: 'The Barre Never Closes'  (Jun 1995)
Miami City Ballet: Three Balanchine Jewels  (May 1995)
Atlanta Ballet Redivivus  (Mar 1995)
New York's Joyce Theater: Formula for Success  (Feb 1995)
Cleveland San Jose Ballet: Two Too Terrific  (Dec 1994)
Vinogradov's Refreshing New Fille  (Sep 1994)
Teamwork at the Helm: Smoother Sailing for ABT  (Aug 1994)
Kirov Tradition Comes to America: Washington's Kirov Academy  (Apr 1994)
Boston Ballet Backstage: The Marks Magic  (Jan 1994)
Ballet Breathes Again  (Dec 1993)
Balanchine Tradition Honored: Where Angels Tread  (Nov 1993)
Gerald Arpino: New Prince at the Joffrey  (Jun 1993)
Oleg Vinogradov: The Man Behind the Kirov  (Dec 1992)
Baryshnikov's Flashy Finale  (Oct 1992)
Marketing Brilliance: The ABT Under Hermann  (Sep 1992)
Against All Odds: Praise for the San Francisco Ballet  (Aug 1992)
By Dance Possessed: Eliot Feld at Fifty  (May 1992)
Bicoastal Ballet  (May 1992)
NYCB's Peter Martins: Gloriously on His Own  (Mar 1992)
Eliot Feld and the Shifting Paradigm  (Aug 1991)
Sleeping Beauty Goes for Utopia  (Jul 1991)
Missing Misha: Businesswoman Now Leads ABT  (Jun 1991)
Jerome Robbins: Choreographer of the American Dream  (Oct 1990)
American Ballet Theatre Hits the Gold  (Jan 1990)
Pacific Northwest Ballet: Leaping Out of the Hinterlands  (Nov 1989)
Swan Lake's Differing Ways  (Aug 1989)
Virginia Johnson: Queen of the Dance Theatre of Harlem  (Mar 1989)
Ballets Russes Redux  (Feb 1989)
North Carolina Dance Theater Starts Over: A Troupe for Tomorrow  (Feb 1989)
Harlem's Dance Theater: Exercise in Historical Irony  (Sep 1988)
New York City Ballet Fetes 40 Years With a $3 Million Festival  (Jul 1988)
Perpetuating Balanchine: A Merger in the World of Ballet  (May 1988)
Let There Be Light!: Creating Stage Sets for the Dance  (Apr 1988)
Tackling Taylor: The Washington Ballet Company Goes Modern  (Jan 1988)
The Nutcracker: America's Favorite Ballet  (Dec 1987)
Fresh Winds From the West: The San Francisco Ballet Hits D.C.  (Nov 1987)
National Dance Institute Presents 800 Children Plus Police  (Sep 1987)
Peter Martins: Celebrating the Male in Dance  (Aug 1987)
ABT Premieres a Million-Dollar Sleeping Beauty  (May 1987)
Balanchine's Spirit Infuses New York City Ballet  (Apr 1987)
Choreographer John Butler Judges Ballet Today  (Mar 1987)
Ashton's La Fille mal gardée Meets the Joffrey  (Feb 1987)
Kristina Windom: An Appetite for Movement  (Nov 1986)
ABT Performs La Bayadère With New Precision  (Oct 1986)
Pennsylvania Ballet's Balanchine Work Enchanting  (Sep 1986)
New York City Ballet After Balanchine  (May 1986)
Ivan Nagy: The Gentleman of Ballet Speaks His Mind  (Mar 1986)
New York City Center: Dance Paths Diverge  (Jan 1986)

United Kingdom
Britain by the Bay: A Tribute to British Ballet  (Sep 1999)
The Scottish Ballet Takes the High Road  (Oct 1993)
London Dance Schools: Passing The Barre  (Jul 1992)
Darcey Bussell: A Flying Leap to Stardom  (Mar 1992)
Birmingham Royal Ballet and Peter Wright: The Wright Stuff  (May 1991)
Making It in British Ballet  (Sep 1990)
Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Britain's Best  (Dec 1989)
British Dance at the Crossroads: Heading Into the Nineties  (Jan 1989)
Royal Ballet Choreographer Bintley Has Fun at Covent Garden  (Jun 1988)
Sadler's Wells: Big Ballet as Romantics Dream It Can Be  (Apr 1986)

Reinventing the Ballet Russes: Stunning Tributes to Diaghilev  (May 2003)
Miracle in Marseille: The Arrival of Roland Petit  (May 1994)
Paris Opera Ballet Produces A Sumptous Swan Lake  (Nov 1992)
Dancing With Picasso  (Jul 1992)
Conquering Carcassonne: Ballet Francais de Nancy Triumphs  (Feb 1990)
Paris Opera Ballet's Controversial Swan Lake  (Oct 1986)
Paris Opera Ballet Tours the United States  (Aug 1986)

Toronto's Can-Do Company: Ballet Jorgen Canada  (Jan 2004)
Canada's National Ballet at 50: Forever Young  (May 2002)
Toronto's Dancemakers: 'A Different Vision'  (Jul 1997)
Canada's Prairie Ballet  (Dec 1995)
James Kudelka, Canada's Marvelous Maverick  (Feb 1994)
Karen Kain: The Birthday Ballerina  (Nov 1988)
Les Ballets-Jazz de Montreal Brightens the World  (Aug 1987)
Canada's National Ballet Turns 35: Theater sur la pointe  (Jun 1987)

Ballets Russes Share Notes: The Legend Lives  (Jan 2001)
Kirov in Transition: A Ballet Buys Time  (Dec 1992)
Bolshoi: Streamlined for Success  (Nov 1992)
Kirov at the Crossroads  (Dec 1990)
Leningrad's Best-kept Secret  (Jan 1990)
Kirov Triumphant  (Oct 1989)
Maya Plisetskaya's Love Affair With Spain  (May 1989)
Report From Leningrad: An Evening at the Kirov  (Mar 1989)
Kirov's Le Corsaire Dazzles Paris  (May 1988)
Soviet Ballet Tours America: The Bolshoi Is Back  (Jun 1987)

Royal Danish Ballet: Keeper of the Bournonville Magic  (Sep 2004)
Nordic Dance on the Move  (Apr 2001)
Spain's New Flamenco  (Nov 1997)
Bejart Boosts Berlin  (Aug 1993)
La Scala's Magical Ballet  (Jul 1993)
On Toe, Nowhere to Go: Dance in Vienna, Budapest, and Prague  (Mar 1993)
Spanish National Ballet: The Heart of Spain  (Jan 1993)
Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo: A Sprightly Gambol  (Sep 1992)
Miracle in Copenhagen: Bournonville Festival '92  (Jun 1992)
Viva Spanish Dance!  (Dec 1991)
William Forsythe: Dancing in the Mind of a Madman  (Apr 1991)
Bejart Does Valhalla  (Jan 1991)
Independent Czech Ballet  (Dec 1990)
Ballet in Budapest  (Dec 1990)
Prague Dances  (Apr 1990)
Frankfurt Ballet: Dancing for Yuppies  (Oct 1988)
Maurice Béjart: A Small Swiss City Gets a Big Ballet Company  (Aug 1988)
Royal Danish Ballet and the Original 'Mr. B': Those Dancing Danes  (Aug 1988)
Flamenco Meets Modern Dance: The Royal Spanish National Ballet  (Mar 1988)
Dutch Choreographer Revisits New York With Agility and Angst  (Sep 1987)
Dutch National Ballet: Preacher of the Dance  (Jul 1987)
Swedish Choreographer Per Jonsson Triumphs With Nimrud  (Jul 1987)
Turkish Ballet Comes of Age  (Feb 1987)
Ballet High With the Bejart  (Jan 1986)

Dancing the Universal Language  (Jul 1998)
China's High-Flying Troupe  (Feb 1996)

Playful, Passionate Choreographer Mauricio Wainrot  (Jun 2006)
Potholes and Pirouettes: The Cuban Ballet at 50  (Mar 1999)
Dancing Under Capricorn: Australia's Indomitable Troupe  (May 1996)
Australian Ballet: Back to America  (Jul 1990)
Australia's Outback Ballet Company Goes Global With Salome  (Oct 1987)

Europe's New Dance  (Feb 2001)
Dueling in Budapest: Nureyev International Ballet Competition  (Aug 1998)
Victor Melnikoff's Gala des Etoiles: 'Have Gala, Will Travel'  (Aug 1996)
United We Dance: A Tribute to the UN  (Oct 1995)
French Festivals: World Fare  (Jan 1993)
Ballet's Lifeblood  (May 1989)

Everyone Loves a Story: Ballet's Struggle to Survive  (Aug 2003)
Capturing the Dance  (Nov 2002)
Romeo and Juliet: Ballet's Warm-Weather Nutcracker  (Jul 1994)
Richard Strauss Missing in Ballet: Death as a Young Man  (Jun 1991)
Reconstructing the Rite of Spring  (Mar 1988)
The Nutcracker Fantasy Still Holds the Heart  (Dec 1986)
Giselle, a Classic Ballet of Romanticism  (Jul 1986)

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