Six episodes. How do you hook a summer audience on a show about ballet in six episodes? The truth is, the CW’s summer show had a built-in, loyal audience months before Breaking Pointe, showcasing Salt Lake City’s Ballet West, ever aired. The question is, did they keep it? It would be unfair not to mention that Ballet..
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The CW network has a new reality show called Hitched or Ditched. The premise of the story is basically that a couple is brought together for a quickie wedding offer, making them ultimately decide if it’s time to get married, or time to say ‘see ya!’
This week I posted an article about So You Think You Can Dance Judge Mary Murphy. She is in Boston with SYTYCD as they begin auditions for the Fox TV hit’s sixth season. Ms. Murphy made an appearance with friends at a restaurant in Boston, and I took a few photos, spoke with her for..
Note: See related article: What Constitutes Libel in a Blog Post? Re: Mary Murphy Article Today the Fox TV hit So You Think You Can Dance kicked off auditions for season number six. First stop…Boston, Massachusetts! Auditions began today at the Hyatt Regency at 9:00 a.m. and I heard there were 450 dancers. That’s a..
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- 26 Oct 2011Ballet West’s Dracula Chills, Thrills and Makes You Beg for MoreSome people think that going to the ballet really sucks! But... 2 Comments
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