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Ballet Ariel’s Coppélia at Lakewood Cultural Center

A review by Robin McNeil Saturday afternoon, May 10, I attended the matinee performance of the ballet Coppélia, by the French composer Léo Delibes (1836-1891). This exciting performance was presented by the Ballet Ariel, under the directorship of ballet dancer and choreographer, Ilena Norton. The performance was held at the Lakewood Cultural Center which seemed […]

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Hannah Kahn at Lakewood Cultural Center: Cross Purposes

A review by Robin McNeil Once again, it has been proven to me that the arts are alive and well in Denver. Saturday evening, I attended a marvelous performance of modern dance done by the Hannah Kahn Dance Company, titled Cross Purposes. I would suggest to all of you readers that if you have not seen […]

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Ballet Ariel’s Avoca: A Tale of Molly Brown

A review by Gwen Gray As dance companies look for innovative ways to reach new audiences, two approaches seem to be gaining traction in today’s dance landscape: collaboration and relevant storytelling. Ballet Ariel’s Sunday evening production at the Lakewood Cultural Center fell smartly in line with these strategies during the program’s two original ballets: Ilena […]

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