By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Nov 9th, 2017
Fall means so many beautiful things in my beloved Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.  Among them – an Annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Nov 5th, 2017
The outdoors are still calling with its crisp late fall air, but it is time to start sharing our weekends with the...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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May 7th, 2017
In one of his post-performance talks (following a modern program last March), Boston Ballet’s artistic director Mikko Nissinen promised that the company...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Mar 26th, 2017
On March 23, Boston Ballet celebrated the calendar arrival of Spring with a program of three contemporary mini-ballets featuring George Balanchine’s 1964 Donizetti...
Forget what you know about dance and experience the Artifact, ballet by William Forsythe, by Boston Ballet.
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Feb 27th, 2017
Last week Boston Ballet presented the Artifact 2017 by William Forsythe, one of the most influential choreographers of our time (in Boston...
Kids Holiday Matinee at the Boston Pops
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Dec 11th, 2016
As a family, we try to take advantage of Boston’s world class cultural attractions every chance we get.   Attending Boston Pops Orchestra’s Kids...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Nov 28th, 2016
“Why do you keep wanting to see The Nutcracker after so many times?” Vi, 7: “It’s because each time they do it...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Oct 30th, 2016
Classical ballets, with their elaborately decorated sets, lavish costumes, and most importantly, a dramatic story to tie it all together, have a...
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Mar 20th, 2016
No travel plans for this spring? Don’t despair!   This week Boston Ballet takes us to Paris in its new program  Kaleidoscope, a colorful...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Feb 27th, 2016
Do you have a favorite ballet? I believe I just found mine. It’s John Cranko’s ONEGIN which comes back to Boston Ballet...