It has been a while since my last blog post, and to be honest, at times I just didn't feel like there were things I was ready to talk about. This has been the hardest season of my professional life, both physically and mentally, so in a way I am very glad I can finally … Continue reading Goodbyes and new beginnings.
Going behind the stage today, I want to give you a glimpse at the Make-up department. The department is composed of 25 make-up artists. They are responsible for everything makeup related: Wigs, prosthetics, masks. And let me tell you: they make magic happen. They have a workshop where everything that has to be produced gets … Continue reading Behind the Curtains – The makeup department.
"My body could stand the crutches, but my mind couldn´t stand the sidelines." Michael Jordan. I have been rehearsing this post for a while now, it is a very personal post, and because I have been struggling with the decision whether to publish it or not, I haven't been able to write anything else. So … Continue reading The truth about the sidelines.
Next Tuesday, the company will be boarding a plane to Bangkok in Thailand for two guest performances of The Nutcracker, a Christmas Carol. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeAve5ua4ng&feature=youtu.be Our version of the Nutcracker was choreographed by Youri Vámos in 1988 for the Bonn Opera, and it has been a success ever since. Instead of telling the original story of … Continue reading The Nutcracker – A Christmas Carol.
Last Saturday we had our fist revival of the season: The little black dress/ The riot of spring. The first act, The little black dress , a neo classical ballet choreographed by Terence Kohler, tells the story of Coco Chanel, and how she has impacted feminism by liberating women from the constraints of the "corseted … Continue reading Coco Chanel is back.
Some days things happen in life that puts everything in perspective. Today was one of this days. I woke up with the feeling you get when you finally understand whats really important and what its not, i get this feeling a lot, but find it very hard to hold on to, it usually goes away … Continue reading All a matter of perspective.