Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Angel Corella - The Hottest Little Thing in Tights


If you don't think Madrid-born Angel Corella is the hottest thing (in tights), I'll wanna know what!



Even in an old creaky war horse like 'La Corsaire'!

10 comments:

  1. Looks like he's been watching ice gayting.


    Alan down in Florida

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  2. Corsaire may be an old creaky warhorse but Corella sure isn't.

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  3. Hi Nick,

    I don't disagree with you often, but this time I must. The hottest thing in tights is Damaas Thijs who can be seen in Maurice Bejart's "Nutcracker".

    Here's a link to a photo http://www.ficobalet.org/bio6slo.htm

    The Bejart "Nutcracker" is a very unconventional production of the ballet, having very little to do with the original conception, but I enjoyed it tremendously and a good part of the reason is Damaas Thijs. Damaas is great. Great dancer, incredible personality coming through in his performance, and he has a great bod.

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  4. hey ken

    love it when you disagree and send something i haven't cum across

    i think it's great when companies take a standard work and have a new take on it

    there are plenty of big companies (like the royal ballet in london) which preserve the classics - so it's good that smaller companies don't compete (to their loss) and do something different or even radical

    so i'll check out that site now (thanks for sending it!) and probably have a new favorite!

    CYA

    nick

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  5. hey again ken

    you probably know this but there's a russian site that allows you to download the bejart 'nutcracker' - 250MG but worth it to transfer off the puter to DVD:

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://t-portal.ru/_ld/0/49231.jpg&imgrefurl=http://t-portal.ru/publ/74-1-0-145&usg=__w49Zy_AYXuCw7taVTGRNi5eEVYI=&h=390&w=710&sz=19&hl=en&start=1&sig2=6mW7NyDtoMrsTZ3oR2CB8w&um=1&tbnid=iPH_AhEf0AO37M:&tbnh=77&tbnw=140&prev=/images%3Fq%3DDamaas%2BThijs%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26sa%3DN%26um%3D1&ei=ypLwScTLB6Xu6gOWuNzHDw

    CYA again!

    nick

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  6. hey victor

    the very right angle to take!

    CYA

    nick

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  7. hey alan

    maybe 'ice gating' is the thing to do!

    LOL

    CYA and chat soon

    nick

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  8. Hi Nick,

    I didn't know about the Russian site for the Bejart "Nutcracker". I saw it on the Ovation Network on cableTV. It was part of their "Battle of the Nutcrackers" which aired during the Christmas season, of course. The Bejart came in third. Ovation's a great place for anyone with a hankering for some kultcha. Their website is ovationtv.com.

    The live Metropolitan Opera performances I listen to on the radio are broadcast by a local public broadcasting radio station, WAMC-FM. I listen over the internet at their website wamc.org Tomorrow's broadcast, starting at noon, New York time, is Wagner's Götterdämmerung. I know what I'm doing for five hours tomorrow.

    Warmest regards,

    Ken

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  9. hey ken

    i guess the russian ballet thing kicked in

    we have ovation on foxtel here too - a great source of what is going on (among other things) the world of the arts

    and so great we're in the cyber age and can access so much - at home in our PJs if we choose!

    i'm sure i am still unaware of what is available to me - but thanks to guys like you i'm in that J-curve! academics like me can be real Luddites!

    very best

    nick

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