2 years ago Oregon Ballet Theatre came within a razor’s edge of closing its doors forever.
Over a million dollars in emergency community support later, the companys wavers on the brink of a turnaround.
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be understandable if decided to play it safe for a while.
Instead, Artistic Director Christopher Stowell has upped the stakes, inviting world-renowned choreographer Nicolo Fonte and 10 new dancers from around the world to collaborate on a world-premiere re-imagining of two bloody
classics, Bizet’s Carmen and Stravinsky’s Petrouchka this October.
Their goal: to create new definitive ballet versions of these iconic stories that will restore the organization’s position in the vanguard of national
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company’s financial recovery.
The stakes couldn’t be higher, creatively or financially. Will he succeed? Or will the company’s fledgling turnaround end, like Carmen and Petrouchka themselves, in a bloodbath?
What are the lessons to be learned on behalf of the national arts community?
Will it be a new model to be shared? A cautionary tale? Either way it should be a helluva story for anyone interested in taking the current pulse of the arts in America.
Petrouchka/Carmen rehearses in August and world premieres Saturday, October 8th at the Keller Auditorium, Portland Oregon.
By: Trisha Mead