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It is a joyous honor to welcome you to Cleveland Ballet’s 2018/2019 season at Playhouse Square. Tonight’s performance is brought to you with great excitement and much anticipation. As we begin our fourth season, we present to you a diverse and unified company of young and talented artists. Our artists from: USA, Argentina, Russia, Mexico, Cuba, Belgium, Japan and Puerto Rico, have made Cleveland Ballet a company of global inclusion. In tonight’s performance, contemporary and classical ballet works will be displayed with fast tempos and precise technique and musicality. We open the program with the magnificent score of Felix Mendelssohn, Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor, where fast movement embraces this brilliant melodious creation. As the evening progresses, classical and bravura ballets will showcase the strength of both female and male ballet dancers. Le Corsaire pas de trois and Don Quixote pas de deux are two of the most performed classics reflecting dancers’ extraordinary technical accomplishments and individual artistic qualities. Inspired by my visit to Argentina during the early years of my career a one act ballet, Provocativo, will culminate the program. Based on my own observations, it reflects how after performances, artists will gather in cafés all around Buenos Aires to relax, socialize and unwind from their daily demands. In this environment performers found themselves exposed to passion, desire and new love adventures. Set to tango music, it is my wish that the live music and the sensual movements, will ignite in you, the audience, passion and imagination. As one of Cleveland’s most visible classical ballet company and now resident company at Playhouse Square, Cleveland Ballet proudly carries the name of our great city. We are committed to serving all of Northeast Ohio with great performances, essential education and community outreach programs, combined with excellent programing for dance audiences of all ages. Since our humble beginnings, today we are reaching deeply into the hearts of our community working to cultivate and nurture an admiration for dance throughout the city. Thank you for joining us tonight, our season opener performance, to experience various styles of music accompanying our young and talented group of artists. We look forward to seeing you at future Cleveland Ballet performances at Playhouse Square. Respectfully,

Gladisa Guadalupe Cleveland Ballet Founding Artistic Director AUTUMN 201 8


Dear Cleveland Ballet Friends: Back in the 1980s, I was privileged to Chair the earlier version of Cleveland Ballet, and here I am again. The former Cleveland Ballet was an important artistic performing group on the Cleveland scene, but it moved to San Jose and is no more. Now we have a wonderful brand new Cleveland Ballet which was co-founded by Michael Krasnyansky, a successful Russian businessman who has settled in the Cleveland area, and his wife Gladisa Guadalupe, a great dancer originally from Puerto Rico who is the Artistic Director of the new Cleveland Ballet. As this exciting new Company begins its fourth season here as a resident performance group at Playhouse Square, we have formed a strong Board of Directors. We have all marveled at how the nurturing nature of Gladisa and her colleagues has attracted dancers from several different countries as part of this exciting Cleveland Ballet. As Michael is fond of saying, every major city deserves a great ballet company, and that is what Cleveland Ballet is becoming. So we thank you for your support, and we hope that you enjoy as much as we do this wonderful young and aspiring Cleveland Ballet. Gratefully,

Dick Pogue Chairman of the Board Cleveland Ballet

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Gladisa Guadalupe Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Gladisa Guadalupe started her training with Ballet de San Juan, becoming one the company’s youngest members. At Ballet de San Juan Ms. Guadalupe studied under Lois and Carlos Serrano, Ana Garcia, Maria Carrera, Vanessa Ortiz, Ana Maria Castañon, Ramon Molina, Victor Huertas, Jose Pares, Miguel Campaneria. A Scholarship Alumna of the School of American Ballet, the official training academy of the New York City Ballet, Ms. Guadalupe studied under the celebrated George Balanchine, father of American ballet and of the modern ballet movement. She also studied under the School of American Ballet’s famed faculty members Stanley Williams, Andrei Kramarevsky, Alexandra Danilova, Irena Kosmovska, Antonia Tumkovsky, Kay Mazzo, Muriel Stuart, Elise Reiman, Suki Shorer, Robert Denvers, Richard Rapp, Madame Dubrovska, Madame Darvash and William Bergman. After her studies Ms. Guadalupe forwarded to a career in professional ballet. She has performed under legendary choreographers George Ballanchine, Dennis Nahat, Ian Horvath, Margot Sappington, Ana 6


Garcia, John Butler, Choo San Goh and Louis Falco. Ms. Guadalupe’s career as a Principal Dancer has included work with Ballet De San Juan (Puerto Rico), Ballet Nuevo Mundo de Caracas (Caracas, Venezuela), The Cleveland – San Jose Ballet (San Jose, California and Cleveland, Ohio USA) and The Cleveland Ballet (Cleveland, Ohio USA). She has toured North and South America, Asia and Europe. The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Coppelia, Sleeping Beauty, Les Sylphides, Carmina Burana, Giselle, Don Quixote, Rodeo, Celebrations and Ode, Le Corsaire, Theme and Variations, Slavonic and Hungarian, Four Temperaments, Quicksilver, Cannonade, Escargot, Gaite Parisianne, Momentum, The Gift, US, Birds of Paradise, Serenade are all included in her Performance Repetoire. After retiring from the stage, Ms. Guadalupe served as Director and Principle Teacher at The Cleveland Ballet School, the School of Cleveland Ballet. There she was credited for maintaining the school’s high quality of training and artistic standards. Concurrently, she acted as an Artistic and Company Teacher for Cleveland

San Jose Ballet Company. She has also been an Adjunct Instructor for the Cecchetti Council of America, American Ballet Theater, Ballet De San Juan, Ballet San Jose, Ohio Ballet, Rochester School of Ballet and The University of Akron. Ms. Guadalupe has been recognized as a Distinguished Teacher in the Arts and for Promotion of Excellence in the Arts by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. Ms. Guadalupe has also served as a consultant for The Cleveland Orchestra, Playhouse Square Center, American Ballet Theatre, Cincinnati Ballet, Ballet San Jose, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, The University of Akron, Jack and Jill of America, Danskin, The Cleveland Metropolitan School District and many other community organizations.

Ms. Guadalupe has demonstrated success operating dance rehearsals and obtaining choreography objectives, excellent classical dance movement coaching skills and student relationship experience. With a dynamic and practical approach to instruction she has assisted students in effective training and application of their objectives. Her success is attributed to her extensive arts experience and supplemented by her studies at Cleveland State University where she graduated in Psychology. In addition to the above mentioned accomplishments, in July of 2015 Guadalupe was invited by Peter Martins, former artistic director and chairman of faculty at School of American Ballet, official school of New York City Ballet, to serve on the Alumni Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion in which she is still active.

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Company Roster of Artists Gladisa Guadalupe Artistic Director

Dr. Michael Krasnyansky President & CEO

Cynthia Graham Ballet Master

Meghan Haas & Pam Pribisco Artistic Associates

Ralitsa Georgieva-Smith Music Advisor

Jennifer Lehane Stage Manager

Dennis Dugan Lighting Designer

Cameron Caley Michalak Set Designer

Irina Mochalova, Sam Meredith, Kitty Drops, Louis Martinez Costume Designers, Construction and Wardrobe

The Company Madison Campbell, Elena Cvetkovich, Rainer Diaz, Anna Dobbins, Nicole Fedorov, Jonas Godwin, Brianna Habel, Elizabeth Pantuso, Luciano Perotto, Rebeca Ramirez, Freddy Rodriguez, Andy Sousa, Jenna Steiner, Lauren Stenroos, Jason Wang Artists-in-Residence Sam Meredith, Alan Obuzor Apprentices Sarah Gabay, Nashializ Gomez, Kaela Ku, Loeke Sakkers Young Trainees Megan Brooks, Dalliany Rivera, Lily Sargent, Erin Troost Cleveland Ballet Youth Company Lauren Davis, Devyn Etling, Anna Donsky, Aspen Marie Hanzak, Brooke Jarm, Marla Minadeo, Sophie Popovich, Dima Smith, Rachel Sussman Founders Gladisa Guadalupe & Dr. Michael Krasnyansky

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Donor Recognition CLEVELAND BALLET is deeply grateful to the individuals, corporations and foundations whose contributions have helped to re-establish Cleveland’s own ballet company. Your support is invaluable and greatly appreciated. Thank you! Every effort has been made to accurately record all donors. The following list includes all donors from the period of time of January 1, 2018–September 25, 2018. To make corrections, please contact Maureen at 216.320.9000 or


Platinum Season Presenter $50,000-$74,999 Richard W. and Pat Pogue Gold Season Presenter $25,000-$49,999 Charles and Sandy Abookire Ken and Karen Conley Silver Season Presenter $15,000-$24,999 Terry and Sheldon Adelman Michael Krasnyansky and Gladisa Guadalupe Constance Rebar



Guarantor $10,000-$14,999 Gregory and Lilian Abovsky (CA) Patron $5,000-$9,999 Jennifer and Lawrence Davis With matching funds from Progressive Insurance Sustainer $2,500-$4,999 Anonymous Kevin and Kelly Donahue David and Inez Myers Foundation James and Renee Plum Robert Smith Lana Krasnyansky Sokolinsky

Angel $1,000-$2,499 Kip and Allison Clarke Dr. Larry and Ann Goodman Gary M. Hill in memory of his Mother, Elizabeth Hill Nimmo (1917 – 2018) Michael Maly and Dr. Julia Maly Marie Quintana Leader $500-$999 Anonymous Marilyn and Richard Doerr Marcy Capadona Michael Frank Kim and Dennis Lansdowne Norma Savin William H. Silver Margaret W. Wong Fellow $200-$499 Thomas and Catherine Basista Drs. Glenn and Jeanette Brown Thomas and Karen Cvetkovich William and Sally Davros Constance J. Ebaugh Joseph and Debra Von Enck Emily A. Farinacci Drs. Jonathan and Margaret Frankel Marsha Gross Gary Hill Dr. Vlad and Anna Kim Michael Lederman Nancy McCann Tori Nook James and Kathleen Petras Maria E. Quinn Mary Rita Immormino Revock Bob and Maria Sargent

Barbara S. Schubert Cathy Shibley William Siler Karen A. Skinder Dr. Ronald A. and Eugenie Strauss The Western Reserve Historical Society Mary Jo Zingale Friends $50-$199 Donna M. and Charles J. Bonvissuto Allison Botros Charles and Linda Canepa Julie Cernanec William and Sally Davros Emily S. L. Dennis Philip Epstein Drs. Jonathan and Margaret Frankel (Philanthropic Fund) Karin Fujii Mr. and Mrs. Oleg Grinberg Marsha Gross Cliff and Karen Hirsch Angela C. Hummel and Bernard A. Thiel Patricia Kohut David B. Krakowski Michel S. Mager Edward M. McCartney Nataly and Iliya Myaskovsky June Van Ostrand Frank M. and Kathleen M. Pantuso Susan A. Raven Barbara Robinson Diann G. Scaravilli Jim Silvkoff and Dana Snyder Mark Allen Weigand

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Special Recognition CONSTANCE REBAR We want to honor Cleveland Ballet’s First Major Supporter, Ms. Constance Rebar. Ms. Rebar loves the art of ballet and strongly believes in the company’s leadership. Ms. Rebar has helped Cleveland Ballet begin a new chapter of professional and classical ballet as a well-established organization of greater Cleveland. Ms. Rebar setup a fund in 2018 to support talented dancers working at the Cleveland Ballet. This year her fund will partially support Luciano Perotto, a young, talented dancer from Argentina. Perotto joined the Cleveland Ballet as a professional dancer for the 2018-2019 season.




Cleveland Ballet Nutcracker presented by Cleveland Ballet With a sold out run of a holiday favorite the ballet ‘The Nutcracker’ during 2017, Cleveland Ballet returns to the Hanna Theatre for only 7 shows this coming December 2018. A production suitable to audiences of all ages, this production is Cleveland’s very own and is one to not be missed. The ballet in 2 acts is based on the original story of E.T.A. Hoffman with music composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The fascination of Tchaikovsky’s score and the suitability of the theme for holiday entertainment has inspired many choreographers, including Cleveland Ballet’s very own Artistic Director which has created a version with a twist! Running Time: 2 hours, with a 20 minute intermission

Frosted Winter Night Gala February 23 at The Tudor Arms Hotel

Coppélia presented by Cleveland Ballet Coppélia is a comic ballet based on two stories written by E.T.A. Hoffman. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so life like that Franz, a village young man, becomes infatuated with it and pushes aside his true love Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life, and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor. Choreographed for Cleveland Ballet by world re-known Spanish choreographer, Ramón Oller, this one-and-a-half length production is suited for audiences of all ages and is brought back to Cleveland audiences by ‘popular demand’. Running Time: 90 minutes, with a 20 minute intermission Questions about Cleveland Ballet 3 show subscriptions please email or by phone (M-F 10am-4pm) 216640-8799

Please Note: Children under two years old are generally not permitted in the theaters. However, everyone regardless of age must have a ticket. All children must be seated with an adult. Any person disrupting a performance or inhibiting the enjoyment of an event for guests may be removed from the theater without refund. AUTUMN 201 8



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School of Cleveland Ballet Founded in 2000...celebrating 18 years

As the official training academy of Cleveland Ballet, School of Cleveland Ballet has been recognized as Northeast Ohio’s finest school for ballet education and training. Under the watchful eye of Artistic Director Gladisa Guadalupe and the faculty, the school offers classical ballet training and a diverse dance-related curriculum to students of all ages, level and degrees of interest taught by resident faculty and guest teachers as well. Children Classes – ages 2-8 Introductory classes where students learn basic motor skills, develop coordination, increase their attention span, musicality and rhythm along with participating in the Year End Presentation. Ages 6-8 begin to learn more complex ballet combinations to prepare them for pre-professional division. Pre-Professional Division – ages 8-18 The keystone of the School, this program trains the next generation of professional dancers, which will consist of the core dancers for the Cleveland Ballet Company. Students will be invited to perform at least twice per year. Trainee Program – ages 18-22 Cleveland Ballet’s Trainee Program is a unique two-year program that challenges aspiring professional ballet dancers to put the finishing touches on their training while performing with Cleveland Ballet’s professional dancers. Adult Dance – ages 21+ A choreography class designed to dance. Adults will warm up, learn choreography and dance the hour away. This class is not a fitness or training class, just a dance class. For specific class times, tuition and more information, visit and click on our school tab. We have rolling school registration which means you can register at any time throughout the school year.



Summer Intensive School of Cleveland Ballet’s 2019 Summer Intensive. Session 1 ■ June 17, 2019-July 20, 2019 ■ 5 weeks Session 2 ■ July 29, 2019-August 24, 2019 ■ 4 weeks Check for more information and schedules. Registrations are accepted online.

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Tonight’s program Momentum Choreography: Gladisa Guadalupe Music: Felix Mendelssohn, Piano Concerto No. 1 in G Minor Costume Design: Irina Mochalova First Movement Rainer Diaz Jonas Godwin Luciano Perotto Sarah Gabay Kaela Ku Nashializ Gomez Brianna Habel Jenna Steiner Lauren Stenroos Second Movement Anna Dobbins/Andy Sousa Madison Campbell/Freddy Rodriguez Elena Cvetkovich/Jason Wang Third Movement Madison Campbell Anna Dobbins Elena Cvetkovich Sarah Gabay Kaela Ku Nashializ Gomez Brianna Habel Jenna Steiner Lauren Stenroos Nicole Fedorov Rainer Diaz Andy Sousa

Jonas Godwin Luciano Perotto Jason Wang Freddy Rodriguez 4-minute pause

Le Corsaire, Pas de trois Original Choreography: Marius Petipa Music: Adolphe Adam Costume Design: Irina Mochalova Artists Rainer Diaz/Nashializ Gomez/Jonas Godwin (Friday October 19 8:00pm/Saturday October 20 7:00pm) Luciano Perotto/Kaela Ku/Jonas Godwin (Saturday October 20 1:00pm)

Don Quixote, Pas de Deux Original Choreography: Marius Petipa Music: Ludwig Minkus Costume Design: Irina Mochalova, Louis Martinez Artists Anna Dobbins/Andy Sousa (Friday October 19 8:00pm/Saturday October 20 1:00pm) Nicole Fedorov/Luciano Perotto (Saturday October 19 7:00pm) 20 Minute-intermission



Provocativo Choreography: Gladisa Guadalupe Music: Astor Piazzolla Musicians: Ralitsa Georgieva-Smith, Piano Rachel Englander, Violin Derek Snyder, Cello Dan Finn, Double Bass Julien Labro, Bandoneon Singer: Mikhail Urusov Artists Madison Campbell/Elena Cvetkovich/Rainer Diaz/ Anna Dobbins/Nicole Fedorov/ Sarah Gabay/Jonas Godwin/Nashializ Gomez/Brianna Habel/Kaela Ku/ Luciano Perotto/Dalliany Rivera/Freddy Rodriguez/ Andy Sousa/Jenna Steiner/ Lauren Stenroos/Jason Wang Songs Preparence El Dia Que Me Quieras Imperial Oblivion La Muerte Del Angel El Choclo Libertango Provocativo The concept for this piece was inspired by my visit to Argentina during the early years of my career. After performances, artists will gather in cafés all around Buenos Aires to relax, socialize and unwind from their daily demands. In this environment performers found themselves exposed to passion, desire and new love adventures. As my concept got solidified and I began to study music, Astor Piazzolla, the World’s foremost composer for tango music, was the perfect choice. Piazzolla’s music is captivating, exotic, and provocative, inspiring me to

create a one act ballet filled with sultry and sensual movement. As the piece evolved, characters began to emerge. Some of these are: a young woman searching for her lost love, a lonely socialite lady, broken hearted young men, young female artists searching for new love adventures, a singer searching for a meaningful relationship, and many artists enjoying music and dancing. I hope you enjoy the performance as much as I have enjoyed the process of creation. Let tango music ignite your imagination. Gladisa Guadalupe Choreographer AUTUMN 201 8



Alexandra Brin Alexandra Brin, a native of Chisinäu, Moldova, has taken the path of a professional artist since the age of 17. Having succeeded in a broad range of endeavors (from fashion designs, to creating movie and show posters, to illustrating a children’s magazine) Alexandra went on to receive a formal art education at the Chisinäu Art Design School.

The quest for freedom to draw and display the works inspired by Alexandra’s Jewish heritage brought her family to the United States. In 1991, Alexandra joined the American Greeting Corp in Cleveland, where she distinguished herself by the Public Choice Award at the companysponsored fine art show. Since 2000, Alexandra was able to realize her American Dream and fully devote herself to her art studio in Richmond Heights, OH. Her critically acclaimed and highly evocative Holocaust series has been tapped by the US Postal Service for the Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) commemorative envelope issued in 1997. Alexandra is equally at ease with pens, watercolors or mixed media. Her works have appeared at numerous solo and group exhibitions at prestigious galleries across the United States and are enjoyed in private collections all over the world. Alexandra joined Cleveland Ballet in 2017.










Madison Campbell

Elena Cvetkovich

Rainer Diaz

Anna Dobbins

Nicole Fedorov

Jonas Godwin

Brianna Habel

Elizabeth Pantuso

Luciano Perotto

Rebeca Ramirez

Freddy Rodriguez

Andy Sousa

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Lauren Stenroos

Jason Wang


Sam Meredith

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Sarah Gabay

Nashializ Gomez

Kaela Ku

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Dalliany Rivera

Lily Sargent

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Artistic Staff & Team Artistic Director Gladisa Guadalupe

President & CEO Dr. Michael Krasnyansky

Ballet Master Cynthia Graham

Company Liason Lilia Shtarkman

Artistic Associates Meghan Haas Pam Pribisco

Accountant Veronika Shkolnik

Music Advisor Ralitsa Georgieva-Smith Stage Manager Jennifer Lehane Lighting Designer Dennis Dugan Set Designer Cameron Caley Michalak Video & Production Creative House Studios Costume/Wardrobe Irina Mochalova Sam Meredith Kitty Drops Louis Martinez School Resident Faculty Heather Carson Elena Cvetkovich Rainer Diaz Nashializ Gomez Gladisa Guadalupe Meghan Haas Emily Liptow Marla Minadeo Lana Sokolinski Elizabeth Pantuso Artistic & Executive Assistant Maureen Basista



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Dance Chance Cleveland In 2015, School of Cleveland Ballet embarked on an exciting new journey. They began a dance education outreach program with Warrensville Heights Schools. This new program allows students the opportunity to experience ballet. Today, this program consists of three school districts, Warrensville Heights, Maple Heights and Bedford City Schools. Students come to not only learn ballet, but they learn self-discipline, respect, history and an appreciation for the arts. This experience is an outstanding and truly unique opportunity for the students.

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