Sam Feldhandler wants to show, literally, the music.
On working with John Neumeier in the early years, developing teaching ideals, and how to preserve and propel the art of classical ballet.
Observations from a dancer: William Forsythe dances in “Solo,” music by Thom Willems.
On acknowledging a few trends in the behavior of some of ballet’s role models, and address the matters of body image and healthy competition among ballet students.
More about the history and direction of Danish pantomime.
Dramaturg Henrik Lyding’s personal relationship with Tivoli, the Pantomime tradition, and the history of Copenhagen’s Peacock stage.
On looking forward, and sometimes up.