But while there was no real downside to starring in Center Stage (aside from the expected ribbing from his dancer friends), it also didn’t lead to more movie offers. I just buckled down and focused on dancing exclusively.”But more than a decade later, in July 2014, the then-37-year-old faced a decision every dancer will confront too early in their lives: retirement. I put on a few,” he added, patting his flat stomach.
On the contrary, there was a hint of jaunt in my gait, and I felt light as air.
I may or may not have performed a dorky little soft shoe for my wife when she emerged from the Regal Union Square Stadium 14 ladies' room.
Some people have expressed reservations about 's embrace of nostalgia.
Center Stage had all the elements to be a smash hit: the behind-the-scenes drama of a prestigious ballet company, amazing choreography, incredibly catchy music, and a gorgeous cast of unknown lead actors (some of whom have gone on to have huge careers, like Zoe Saldana, and others who have sadly suffered a more common Hollywood fate, like Susan May Pratt).
Earlier this month, intoxicated on endorphins and vodka, I walked out of that unconventional office for the last time.
At the end of this season, at the age of 37, I’ll be retiring from ABT.
He has been a principal or guest principal with the Dutch National Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Berlin Staatsballett, Ballet San Jose, Ballet do Born in Santa Cruz, California, Sascha Radetsky began studying ballet in the San Francisco Bay Area.
He has been a principal or guest principal with the Dutch National Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Berlin Staatsballett, Ballet San Jose, Ballet do Theatro Municipal of Rio de Janeiro, and the Mongolian State Academic Theatre of Ballet.
In particular, a two-week stint in Greece leaps to mind.