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in themetroplex BruceWood,ARetrospective, presented by the ArlingtonMuseumofArt, features photographs, posters andmemorabilia documenting the life and career of the FortWorth native. The exhibitwhich runs fromJanuary 10-February 15, 2015 explores Wood’s contributions to theworld of dance, the cultural arts and the communities he grewup in. Pictured:BruceWood. Photo:BrianGuilliaux

AmericanBallet Theatre’s SarahLane andNewYorkCityBallet’s DanielUlbricht performed together for the first time inLakeCities BalletTheatre’s TheNutcracker inNovember.Ms. Lane andMr. Ulbrichtwere thrilled to start this newpartnership and Lewisville audi- ences and dancerswere enthralled by their performance.

ning debut performance asOdette/Odile in Swan Lake. Julia is a former student of Judy andBrent KlopfensteinwithDallasBalletCenter. Pictured: Julia Cinquemani

JoshuaL.Peugh,ArtisticDirector ofDark CirclesContemporaryDance,was named:One of the Top “25 toWatch in 2015” byDanceMagazine.On January 6, 2015, Peugh’s newwork for the LosAngeles-basedBODYTRAFFIC premiered inNewYorkCity at the Joyce Theater.

LaineHabony,BalletConservatory and LakeCitiesBalletTheatre alumna,was promot- ed to corps de balletmember atNewYorkCity Ballet inNovember 2014. Lainewasmade an apprentice in 2013. Pictured: LaineHabony in GeorgeBalanchine’s “Serenade” performed by LakeCitiesBallet Theatrewith permission from TheGeorgeBalanchine Trust. Photo:Nancy Loch

MADbootsDance, under the co-artistic direction ofAustinDiaz andBTWalumandDCNT scholarship recipient JonathanCampbell, makes its Jacob’sPillowdebut at theDorisDuke Theatre onAugust 26-August 30, 2015. TheNewYork Times takes note of the company’s “sharp, elegantmovements, dark theatricality and unashamed intima- cy”—this is an up-and-coming company towatch.

Pictured:DanielUlbricht and Sarah Lane

in the nation LosAngelesBallet recently announced that JuliaCinquemani had been promoted fromSoloist to PrincipalDancer, following her stun-

KittyCarterwas featured in the January issue ofDance Teacher in the “Teachers’ Tools” column.

ChristopherVo opens in a newBroadway production ofRodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved TheKing and I onMarch 8, 2015 at the Lincoln Center Theater.

Kennedy Sheriff, age 13,was awarded one of theNational Training Scholarships fromABT last summer after studying at theirNewYork Intensive.About 12 are awarded nationally by ABT each year and it includes a training stipend during the year and a full scholarship to attend the next summer’sworkshop inNewYork. Pictured:Kennedy Sheriff

JosephineKingwas invited to study year round at the School ofAmericanBallet inNewYork. Josephine is 16 years old and is a student atPaul Mejia’sEliteAcademy inArlington aswell as a former recipient ofDCNT scholarships. Pictured: JosephineKing.

AndrewLitton, formermusic director of the Dallas SymphonyOrchestra, assumes the role ofNewYorkCityBallet’sMusicDirector in the fall of 2015.He is also themusic director of theColorado SymphonyOrchestra and the BergenPhilharmonicOrchestra inNorway.

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SATURDAYS INJUNE&JULY 2015 DANCE!NORTHTEXAS a publication of the dance council of north texas vol 18 • no 1

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