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Curtain up! Dance Gazette’s razzle-dazzle special issue is devoted to the art of putting on a show. For anyone involved in staging a production, or wondering how everything comes together, we slip behind the scenes and make with the jazz hands. Nicholas Hytner and Broadway’s Kristin Chenoweth are among the star creatives who share their best advice, while the young dancers who shone at the RAD’s Genée competition discuss how they deal with big-occasion nerves. We visit a leading ballet company’s costume department at Nutcracker time, while the mighty Cameron Mackintosh organisation reveals the sheer variety of jobs on a major production. And so – it’s show time!
Introducing our special issue about putting on a show.
Original choreography was showcased at Genée 2014. We explore the value of creativity unleashed.
Putting it together
Tips from the top and advice from RAD teachers about staging a successful show.
Which ballet character are you?
Are you human or spirit, animal or edible? Take our colourful test.
Genée finalists know all about preparing for a big occasion. They discuss nerves, performance and what every teacher should know.
Secrets of the ballet wardrobe
We sneak into the bustling wardrobe of Les Grands Ballets de Montréal as their spectacular costumes come together.
There’s no people like show people – but what do they all do? We go behind the scenes on a major musical to find out.
Pass it on
Notation, film, word of mouth: there are many ways to keep dance alive. We uncover a new model for classic ballet.