Tiffany recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering. With a passion for video gaming, she now works in the growing esports industry. She also has a diverse background in the performing arts, including having trained in ballet and various dance styles for 12 years. In her free time, she enjoys photography & filmmaking, writing, and painting.
Beyond The 805
The Joffrey Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet performed at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is a dynamic, contemporary take on the classic ballet. From the various costumes and settings spanning the 1930s, 1950s, and 1990s to the contemporary twists to the ballet choreography, watching Joffrey Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet is a refreshing and captivating experience.
Christine Rocas and Rory Hohenstein The Joffrey Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet. Photo by Cheryl Mann
With a star-studded cast, BalletNow featured a diverse selection of pieces curated by Tiler Peck, principal dancer for New York City Ballet. Ranging from traditional ballet to more contemporary to jazz, the show that graced the Music Center stage would delight newcomers and experienced audience members alike.
James Whiteside and Isabella Boylston perform Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet