10 reasons you’ll love SFB’s “Nutcracker Online”

Why the San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker Online production, you ask? Because of course you have other options to watch The Nutcracker online this year. Dozens upon dozens of options, from companies all around the world. So. Here, up front, are ten good reasons: Because the first full-length North American Nutcracker started right here Those 600 … Read more

2020 World Ballet Day is Oct 29th!

Looking for archived material from World Ballet Day, now that it’s past? Scroll down and click on each company’s link to be led to their Facebook page where, if you’re lucky, the complete footage will still be available! And to honor World Ballet Day all month long (and through November!) my dance-centric novel, A Dancer’s … Read more

Cover reveal: Book 3 of the Ballet Theatre Chronicles

At long last, I’m so happy to reveal the cover for Book 3 of the Ballet Theatre Chronicles! Ballet Orphans is a prequel to the series, same location (San Francisco), same company (West Coast Ballet Theatre), only it’s set twenty years before the other two books. I just loved creating this fascinating backstory. And I … Read more

COVID-19 presents: Worldwide Ballet Class

The world of COVID-19 restrictions introduced itself to me in a rather heavy-handed fashion. On March 6th, San Francisco Ballet opened a new production, Balanchine’s glorious A Midsummer Night’s Dream. I rose the next morning, eagerly anticipating my trip to San Francisco for the weekend to attend two performances. Turning on my computer, I opened … Read more

Escape into SF Ballet’s magical “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Sad about 2020’s cancellation? Great news! San Francisco Ballet opens its 2021 digital season with with a sumptuous, high definition streaming of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the same production I previewed here, in 2020. It’s available January 21–February 10, 2021. Click HERE for tickets and more information! We are living in a time rife with … Read more