So, Was The Bolshoi’s Nureyev Ballet Worth All The Brouhaha?

“By portraying gay love as beautiful and dignified, the ballet transcended its buffoonery and did justice to its subject.” Joy Neumeyer gives an eyewitness report of the long line to buy the (few) tickets available to the public, the crowds in the theater, and the actual production.

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Arts Are Spared Further Cuts In Scotland’s Next Budget

“The Scottish Government’s draft budget for 2018/19 has set out measures to protect funding for arts organisations, despite earlier warnings that subsidy was likely to be cut. Under proposals announced today (December 14) by cabinet secretary for finance and the constitution Derek Mackay, the overall culture budget for will be £166.8 million, an increase of almost 10% on 2017/18 figures.”

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Discover the First Master’s Degree in Management for Active Performing Artists – in NYC

Discover the first graduate management degree designed specifically for active performing artists. The MA in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at The New School enables practicing musicians, actors, directors, dancers, and other performing artists to refine their craft in New York City while developing critical business and leadership skills.

Expand the boundaries of performing arts entrepreneurship while learning from leading nonprofit and management practitioners. Continue to develop as an artist by participating in (and earning academic credit for) world-class productions and performances at The New School and venues across NYC.

Through collaboration and exploration with fellow artists from the Mannes, Jazz, and Drama schools within the College of Performing Arts at The New School, students develop the skills needed to build thriving careers in the performing arts industry.



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