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Smuin Ballet was founded in 1994 by Michael Smuin, a well-known choreographer and a former artistic director of the San Francisco Ballet cheap pointe shoes. Smuin died in 2007, but the company continues to thrive, performing his ballets along with exciting new works from choreographers from all over the world. The company is celebrating its 20th anniversary this season, and has dubbed this year’s Christmas Ballet “XXmas” (XX being the Roman numeral for 20). The show consists of two acts, Classical Christmas and Cool Christmas. Each act is made up of a dozen or so three-minute pieces, bite-size chunks that make the show particularly accessible for children, hesitant spouses and other people new to dance-watching. It’s a delightful holiday outing for the whole family..

Holiday music provides the unifying theme of the show, along with festive costumes and set design. Smuin’s artistic director, Celia Fushille, says they strive for variety and balance when planning the program, to create a lively and entertaining show for audiences both young and old cheap pointe shoes. The Classical Christmas pieces are set to traditional and devotional music, and allow the Smuin dancers to display their outstanding ballet technique. Cool Christmas pieces feature popular music and are generally more light-hearted, showcasing the more theatrical and comedic talents of the dancers..

One piece sure to make the lineup this year is the perennial audience favorite, Michael Smuin’s “Santa Baby,” in which a spoiled but irresistible Santa petitioner struts in perilous heels and an enormous feather boa that stretches from one side of the stage to the other. Fushille was the first to perform the role, more than a decade ago. “The audience’s reaction when the boa just kept coming and coming — I’ll never forget it,” she says. Along with pieces by Smuin and other old favorites, there will be a crop of new dances. Among them will be a new work by choreographer-in-residence Amy Seiwert, for the Cool Christmas lineup cheap pointe shoes. Seiwert spent nine years dancing with Smuin Ballet, and has been creating works for the company since she retired as a dancer in 2008..

“Having performed eight years in The Christmas Ballet, after years of dancing in the Nutcracker — there’s just something about it,” says Seiwert. “The audience responds so well. They laugh out loud. They’re really interacting with you as a performer, and it’s a feeling you never forget.”. Her new piece, “I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm,” will be set to a remix of the Irving Berlin song. Seiwert says the music almost always comes first when she’s creating a new work cheap pointe shoes. She finds a piece that speaks to her, and then she’ll study the score and listen to it over and over again, “until I’m almost sick of it,” she says..

At the first rehearsal of a new piece, Seiwert comes to the studio with a strong idea of the movement she wants and the number of dancers. She then proceeds to refine the movement, “like a sculptor, taking away what doesn’t need to be there to help the audience see the sculpture in the rock.”. When casting roles, Seiwert will look for dancers whose movement qualities and strengths will help her to bring out the story cheap pointe shoes. She observes “how they like to move and where their kinetic energy goes,” and uses those qualities to enhance the choreography. She loves smart dancers, and says the current company are “all incredibly smart and talented, and all so unique.”..

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