OBT 25 included an enticing selection of duets from the three choreographers who have most shaped Oregon Ballet Theatre over the past 25 years. This section, titled “Love X3” is made up of the most gripping excerpts of some of Portland’s favorites. This collection of choreographers opens with the work of Trey McIntyre, OBT’s Resident… Read More
“When we’re in the presence of brilliance, we know it. Yo-Yo Ma with his cello, for example. Born for his art, devoting his life to perfecting it. Trey McIntyre is just such a luminary among makers of dance.” I wrote that in 1998 for one of my first assignments at OBT, when I interviewed Trey… Read More
OBT staff members Linda Besant and Claire Willett sat down with Principal Dancer Anne Mueller (who retires from the stage and transitions to our artistic staff in May) to interview her about her life and career. Over the next few days we’ll be sharing with you some of her stories and anecdotes – from her… Read More
Here’s a little taste of the kind of street dance battles that are referenced in Trey McIntyre’s Speak, which is part of our Song & Dance program opening April 20th.
Check out choreographer Trey McIntyre’s interpretation of The Rite of Spring. You might remember Trey from the Bloodhound Gang inspired “Speak” which is returning as part of our upcoming Song and Dance program. Enjoy! The Rite of Spring (The Engagement) – excerpt from Trey McIntyre Project on Vimeo.