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They were asked to imagine themselves programming a season for a fictional "American Ballet Company. But where Fisher departs from customary treatments of the ballet which consider the ballet either as primarily an aesthetic object, an object of historical inquiry, or as a professional rite of passage is her essentially sociological approach.
Though she does treat "Nutcracker" as Art, History, and a job, in her hands, the ballet is a social process most of all. Fisher researched two case studies through extensive interviews with participants and audiences - a community production, Loudon Ballet of Leesburg, Virginia - and a highly professional company, the National Ballet of Canada in Toronto.
For some, the ballet achieves the status of a "secular ritual" whose formal and thematic correspondences consecrate and legitimize ongoing social processes - dreams of domestic harmony, professional legitimacy, utopian ideals of community, etc.
To search click CTRL + F or MAC + F Trust but verify: We occasionally get listings wrong. Essay One Waltz of the Flowers” from The Nutcracker “Waltz of the Flowers” from The Nutcracker I watched Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker online for my first choice in my performance paper. This magnificent piece was composed by Peter Llyich Tchaikovsky during the Romantic period in Salome Jens Salome Jens has appeared in lead roles on Broadway in Far Country, Night Life, The Disenchanted, Patriot For Me, A Lie of the Mind.
Sometimes even the language surrounding "Nutcracker" partakes of an essentially ecclesiastic discourse - as in those who go "religiously," feel its "spirituality," or who follow its "calendrical" celebration or spectacle. Through encounters and interviews, Fisher finds dancers, audiences, and production staff realize time and again that the idealized community the ballet imagines is not just a choreographic effect but a social one as personality differences, professional rivalries, and community criticism are subordinated to the delivery of an event that is much communal as artistic.
But, the nation of the "Nutcracker" is not an untroubled hymn celebrating an essentially bourgeois world ethos. Yet if the subtitle "How an Old World Ballet Became a Christmas Tradition in the New World" suggests a post-colonial process of cooption and assimilation, it could only be ironical given the status accorded to "Americanisation" in cultural and media studies.
Some productions incorporate jazz, tap, hip-hop, even bharata natyam.
Cowboys, transgenders, even Death have made appearances in specialized productions. It is perhaps the Christmas spirit of post-modernism past, present, and future. I find that it is in her treatment of ideology that Fisher disappoints - but only in relation to how much she has accomplished.
They are often so broadly drawn and lean so consistently on stereotypes, I call them "choreo-cartoons," which range in tone from innocuously cute to irresponsible and denigrating pp.
Clearly among newspaper critics, The Nutcracker was seen as hardship duty. Nutcracker Nation goes a long way towards making the case that some ballets attain a significance for which the traditional elements of the theater are merely a point of departure.
This indeed is a case made in literary and cultural studies by such stalwarts as Janice Radway for the romance novel and Ien Ang for soap operas both of whom Fisher references.
Not to understand dance as a material practice, to relegate it to the status of a merely auto-telic object, is perhaps to miss some of what gives it its significance and its ability to pull us or at least some of us into the theater time and again.
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