Articles by Margaret Henry



Ballet Master

Timed to the centennial of his birth, two new books profile George Balanchine -- the artist, the celebrity and the man.

Ballet Master

Timed to the centennial of his birth, two new books profile George Balanchine -- the artist, the celebrity and the man.

Requiem for Ballet's Enfant Terrible

Dance 'Premieres' Vary Bolshoi's Classical Fare

Dancing for Charity

Lyons Brings Childlike Charm to 'Cinderella'

Dancing Dolls

FACES: Preferring the Silver Lining To a Migraine

Modern Dance Festival Has Lows and a Few Highs

FACES & VOICES:

Modern Dance Fest to Bring Stars

Big-Screen Music by Big Composers

FACES: Cleaning Lady Makes City's Gossip Rounds

Raymonda's Charms Lost On New Bolshoi Dancer

FACES: Grass Greener In Both Russia And America

International Ballet Stars To Shine at Bolshoi Gala

Ballet Great Turns 90 to Applause

Art Auction Raises Money To Help Kids

Fervent 'Jerusalem' Comes Off Spiritually Void

Sexy Biblical Tale 'Salome' Only Raises Pity, Derision

Top Artists Donate Works So Children Can Smile

Artist's Leap From Genius to Madness

French Ballet Loses Paris Flair

Revived 'Sylphide' Has Eternal Magic

French Ballet Performs 'La Sylphide' of 1832

THE WORD'S WORTH: Color Gives Language New Shades of Meaning

FACES: Ulanova Was Shining Light In Dark Times

Tretyakov Gathers Glimpses of Great Master

A Master at Work

Whinnying, Whining Have a Ring in Russian