w e e k e n d reading

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We are in the final days of our season (today will be our last in the studio before heading to The Vets next week!) and it is certainly bittersweet.  I’m soaking up every minute of pain and precision before a summer of much-needed R&R.  Some links for your Saturday…

Everyone should see a ballet by Jirí Kylián during their lifetime. (in my dreams I am always dancing this pas de deux from his Petite Mort)

Alessandra Ferri watching Alessandra Ferri. (some things get even better with age)

I’m just nosey enough to wonder what Isabella Boylston eats.  (and hurray for planks/bridges)

How comfortable are you with being comfortable? (Shelby dropping truth bombs on us, per usual)

Injured?  10 ways to take charge of your recovery.  (#8 is so important!)

It’s rhubarb season! (and I would very much like to make these in celebration)

Also looking forward to hopefully catching a show at SPAC with my mom and grandma this summer. (it just feels good to say that word…sssuuuummmmmer, ahhh)

2 thoughts on “w e e k e n d reading

  1. Couldn’t agree with you more about the necessity of seeing a Kylian ballet in one’s lifetime. The man is a master. We’re about to perform a whole evening of his works this coming weekend in Monte Carlo! I had to click on the link to see which pas de deux you were referring to in Petite Mort, and it just happens to be the one I did two years ago. It was really a pleasure – I hope you get to do it someday too!

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