Thursday Feb 27
Baryshnikov adds grace to - Man in a Case'
At one point during "Man in a Case,'' now at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre under the auspices of ArtsEmerson, one of the most famous dancers in the world flatly refuses an invitation to join a line dance.
Acting now moves Baryshnikov
Mikhail Baryshnikov may be the world's most famous dancer, but it's been many decades since he was just a dancer.
Mikhail Baryshnikov Shows His Pride with LGBT Activists
At an appearance in Berkeley, California, Russian dance icon Mikhail Baryshnikov borrowed a rainbow scarf owned by activist Michael Petrelis to show his solidarity with LGBT people : Baryshnikov is appearing at the Berkeley Rep with a fantastic touring production of "Man in a Case", based on short stories by Anton Chekhov, and after the matinee ... (more)
Mikhail Baryshnikov wears rainbow scarf to show solidarity with gay Russians
The dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov says "Blonde, brunette ... gay, straight ... it is just the way we are born.
Theater Review: Baryshnikov Meets Chekhov in a Perplexing Multimedia Muddle
The great Latvian ballet dancer-turned-actor Mikhail Baryshnikov first appeared at Berkeley Repertory Theatre last year in a sold-out short run of director Dmitry Krymov's In Paris , based on a story by Russian writer Ivan Bunin.