Tag Archives: Macedonia

#107-2 Macedonia (continued)

Serge was a volatile personality and as such – was a volatile choreographer.  He would say that he was passionate but – trust me – that’s the opinion of someone on the “giving” end versus the “receiving” end.  Passionate?  That’s … Continue reading

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#107-1 Macedonia

My friend Serge was asked to create a new production for the Macedonian National Theatre Ballet Company – another one of those big cast story ballets.  He asked me to assist.  Tito was dead, Macedonia was still part of Yugoslavia … Continue reading

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#96 What’s the Slavic translation for ‘Shoot me’?

My diet (to maintain maximum energy) consisted of grains (bread and pasta), some dairy (mainly cheese because I hate the smell of milk and yogurt), fruits and vegetables (how can you not love fruits and vegetables?) and protein (chicken, fish … Continue reading

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