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Mary Barton's "Fantasy Baroque" on ARB's "Signautre Duets" program

by Amanda Anderson, ARB Marketing Intern
So far this Spring 2014 season, American Repertory Ballet has provided us with new, exciting and beautiful pieces of enchanting works such as Romeo and Juliet and Firebird, both choreographed by Artistic Director Douglas Martin.

This Saturday: "Romeo and Juliet" at the Berrie Center at Ramapo College

by Amanda Anderson, ARB intern and Rider University student

On Saturday, February 22 at 8:00pm, American Repertory Ballet will present Douglas Martin’s Romeo and Juliet at the Berrie Center for Performing and Visual Arts at Ramapo College.  

Alexander Dutko on becoming the Firebird

by Christine Chen

“It’s been a bathtub week.”


by Amanda Anderson, ARB Intern
This spring season, American Repertory Ballet will present Douglas Martin’s Firebird at 7:30pm, March 12, 2014 at McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey.

Friday Food for Thought: Mother Ginger Bread Cookies

Here's another Nutcracker-inspired recipe from former Princeton Ballet dancer Shari Nyce: Mother Ginger Bread Cookies!  With some cookie cutters, icing, candy, and creativity, you could decorate them like Mother Ginger's Polichinelles! 

Mother Ginger Bread Cookies

Peppermint Bark and Marzipan

Here are more sweet recipes from the kitchen of former Princeton Ballet dancer Shari Nyce.  With only two weekends of Nutcracker left, there's a lot of baking to do!  Why not tonight?  Put some "mmm" in your Monday!

The first recipe is quick and easy, and can be enjoyed all winter long: candy cane bark!  The second, marzipan, makes for very pretty treats.  Have you danced the Candy Cane and Marzipan roles in Nutcracker?  Shari has...

Friday Food for Thought: Banana Tea Bread

Just in case you don't have enough Thanksgiving leftovers, here's another tasty recipe, inspired by the Nutcracker's Land of the Sweets, from former Princeton Ballet dancer Shari Nyce.

Inspired by the "Chinese Tea" variation, Shari's banana tea bread goes great with your favorite tea!  And this one is "healthy" because it has a lot of bananas in it...right??...

Friday Food for Thought: Pear Streusel Coffee Cake

More "food for thought" from former Princeton Ballet dancer Shari Nyce:


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