A lot can happen in 65 years. A lone woman dancer becomes a company of dozens; a single cello a full orchestra; a small audience a sold-out theater crowd; and a civic ballet company one of the most innovative and well-known cultural institutions in the country. Such is the tale of the Louisville Ballet, from their first performance in 1952 – a performance of Fokine’s “The Dying Swan...

SEPTEMBER 09, 2016