Ballet / Lifts

"the world needs more men willing to do ballet lifts" Pinning this because of the previous caption :p

Sarah Lamb and Alexander Campbell rehearsing Connectome - Royal Ballet

The vertiginous thrill of exactitude - Sarah Lamb and Alexander Campbell in rehearsal at.

another amazing ballet lift, wow!

another amazing ballet lift, wow! People think ballet is easy, they are so wrong

If male ballerinas did not possess the same athleticism as an Olympic athlete, they would not be able to catch and lift female ballerinas so effortlessly. This proves that they are just as athletic as any other athlete that is well respected in the sports industry.

Most amazing thing ever to watch is both men and women ballerinas dance together!

Cassandra Trenary and Gabe Stone Shayer | American Ballet Theatre

© NYC Dance Project (Deborah Ory and Ken Browar) Cassandra Trenary and Gabe Stone Shayer, American Ballet Theatre

Reminds me of The Little Mermaid Broadway scene when Prince Eric takes Ariel to dance with him. Even though she can't speak, "her dance is like a conversation, and her lips don't ever need to part." And that's when he falls in love with her. Because dancing "says more than language ever could, and every little step, every single step, is one step closer to being understood."

Ballet Quotes and Inspiration

Ballerina+Gorgeous+Tumblr | Ballet Dancer Tumblr Gorgeous dancing photography…

couleur noir et blanc touche couleur

Darci Kistler and Robert LaFosse photographed by Annie Leibovitz. I Annie Leibovitz!

Stephen McRae and Sarah Lamb in MacMillan's Romeo and Juliet (Royal Ballet)

Dance Review: Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Opera House

Unique Engagement Shoot Inspired By ‘Dancers Among Us’ | Sandra Marusic Photography | Bridal Musings

Unique Engagement Shoot: 'Dancers Among Us' Style

Unique Engagement Shoot Inspired By ‘Dancers Among Us’ Sandra Marusic Photography Bridal Musings

Calvin  Hannaford and Brooke  Lockett in rehearsal /photo by Lynette Wills

Australian Ballet Dancers Calvin Hannaford and Brooke Lockett / Photo by Lynette Wills

This pic made me cry. Lauren Anderson, the first black woman to be named principal of a major US ballet company (Houston Ballet) lifts Misty off her feet following her first performance as Odette/Odile in Swan Lake for ABT in the US.

Lauren Anderson lifts Misty Copeland, first black principal for ABT, after opening performance of Swan Lake

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