Press: Norton Children’s Hospital Snow Ball Gala

By The Voice-Tribune October 31st, 2018 The Snow Ball Gala, a magical night of cocktails, live entertainment, dancing and gourmet cuisine will take place on Nov. 17 at the Omni Hotel. The gala, which is attended by more than 900 guests each year, benefits the Jennifer Lawrence Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at Norton Children’s … Continued

REVIEW: Louisville Ballet’s Ambitious ‘Mozart’ Bill Raises The Bar

By Kathi E.B. Ellis for WFPL October 13,2018 The Louisville Ballet continues its Season of Romance with an ambitious bill at the Brown Theatre this weekend. Continuing the company’s commitment to including a different Balanchine ballet each season, “Divertimento #15” opened the evening. The balance of the evening was dedicated to two world premieres: “ស្នាមប្រឡាក់” … Continued

Review: Curran blows minds and Ragland flirts with Balanchine in Louisville Ballet’s ‘Mozart’

By Eli Keel for Insider Louisville October 12, 2018 Editor’s note: Reviewer Eli Keel was granted access to a dress rehearsal performance of “Mozart.” The Louisville Ballet’s October offering, “Mozart,” follows a pattern that is becoming familiar in the Robert Curran era. In an evening of three somewhat connected works, there will be one ballet … Continued

Press: From Cambodia to Mozart, Louisville Ballet opens two world premieres

By Kathryn Gregory for The Courier Journal October 11,2018 The Louisville Ballet is at it again, stretching the boundaries of what it offers to local audiences hungry for new, inspiring productions. This weekend, it offers two world premieres and a Balanchine classic with “Mozart,” an evening of ballet dedicated to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. For Artistic … Continued

The Return of Robert Curran

BY ERICA RUCKER Louisville Ballet Artistic + Executive Director Robert Curran is tired of cashmere sweaters. It isn’t the sweaters, exactly. It is what the sweaters represent. After finding himself on the outside of a long relationship and then experiencing the death of his mother earlier this year, Curran is reflecting on his collection of … Continued

“Retrospect”: Stage + Studio by Annie Honebrink

Sometimes I don’t realize that I am missing something until I have it back—like when I loan Star Wars: Episode V to a friend and get it back months later and watch it and realize how much I had missed it. Or when Keith’s cheerful voice is at the other end of the phone line … Continued