Hey All! If you live in the Boston area and/or live or are visiting the east coast, be sure to see “Dancing With A Twist” with Anna Trebunskaya and Dmitry Chaplin. The show will take place on Saturday, May 7th and Sunday, May 8th at Boston’s Symphony Hall. The Boston Pops (affectionately known as “America’s Orchestra”) will be collaborating the show. Joining Anna and Dmitry will be professional dancers Brent Borbon, Oksana Dmytrenko, Magda Fialek, Anya Fuchs, Kiki Nyemcheck, Jaymz Tuaileva, Carl James Blair, Allen Genkin, Patricia Kaniowski, and Jenya Shatilova, as well as American Idol finalist Gina Glocksen-Ruzicka and professional singer Mykal Kilgore. For TICKETS and more information about the performances, go BSO.org.
If interested, tonight you can watch Sasha Farber, Anna Trebunskaya, Karina Smirnoff, Dmitry Chaplin, Damion Whitewood, and Louis Van Amstel on “Agent Carter“. The dancers are part of a dancing sequence. The episode airs on ABC. Be sure to check your local listings for times. For pictures, see ComicBook.com. Thanks to Colleen for the heads up.
Press release from Disney ABC:
Marvel’s Agent Carter: A Little Song and Dance (2/23)
PEGGY FACES SHOCKING BETRAYALS AS SHE CLOSES IN ON WHITNEY FROST,
ON “MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER” ON ABC
Lyndsy Fonseca Guest Stars as Angie Martinelli, and the Episode Includes a Dance Number Featuring the Show’s Cast and “Dancing with the Stars” Dancers Louis van Amstel, Dmitry Chaplin, Damian Whitewood, Sasha Farber, Anna Trebunskaya and Karina Smirnoff.
“A Little Song and Dance” – Peggy desperately tries to save Dr. Wilkes with a dangerous plan to stop Whitney Frost. But Thompson makes a surprising move that could destroy them all, on “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” TUESDAY, February 23 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST) on the ABC Television Network.
“Marvel’s Agent Carter” stars Hayley Atwell as Agent Peggy Carter, James D’Arcy as Edwin Jarvis, Enver Gjokaj as Chief Daniel Sousa, Wynn Everett as Whitney Frost, Reggie Austin as Jason Wilkes and Chad Michael Murray as Chief Jack Thompson.
Guest starring are Lotte Verbeek as Ana Jarvis, Lesley Boone as Rose, Bridget Regan as Dottie Underwood, Rey Valentin as Agent Vega, Kurtwood Smith as Vernon Masters, Ken Marino as Joseph Manfredi, Matt Braunger as Dr. Samberly, Max Brown as Michael Carter, Tim Soergel as Paul, Bert Rotundo as Ralph, Lyndsy Fonseca as Angie Martinelli, Lon Gowan as truck driver and Russell Edge as Agent Blackwell.
“A Little Song and Dance” was written by Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters with teleplay by Chris Dingess and directed by Jennifer Getzinger.
ETA: Below is a sneak peek of the dance sequence from People…. Read more..
Dancing With The Stars Pros Dmitry Chaplin and Anna Trebunskaya along with Troupe member Oksana Dmytrenko will star in a new musical stage production called “Dancing With The Movies” with actress Shirley Jones and song Patrick Cassidy. You can listen to a fun interview at WFAA. Shirley looks fantastic! Anna talks a little on Dancing With The Stars and dances with one of the reporters. For more information how you can see Dancing With The Movies, see Broadway World. Note how they hope to go to other cities in the future.
@Idolxfactor1 was able to catch some video highlights of Paul Mitchell’s Shall We Dance that aired on ABC yesterday. Below are a few videos. To see more, go to Idol XFactor here. Thanks Al! I missed it and cant wait to watch!
Dmitry Chaplin, Anna Trebunskaya, Oksana Dmytrenko To Star In “Dancing With The Movies” With Shirley Jones
According to Broadway World, former Dancing With The Stars Pros Dmitry Chaplin and Anna Trebunskaya along with Troupe member Oksana Dmytrenko will star in a new musical stage production called “Dancing With The Movies”. Actress Shirley Jones will also be hosting and performing….
It’s the world premiere of the new dance stage sensation, DANCING WITH THE MOVIES. Hollywood’s biggest musical moments recreated and reinvented with a new, exciting twist. The world premiere will take place at the Texan Theatre, Greenville, TX, on Saturday, Feb 20 and Sunday Feb 21. Guest starring in this powerhouse production will be Academy Award winner, Shirley Jones, star of such classics as Oklahoma!, Carousel and The Music Man.
Ms. Jones will be hosting and performing a special number with her son, TV and movie actor, Patrick Cassidy. Seven of TV and stage’s top choreographers bring to life the classic movie dances of yesterday with a fresh new vision!
Starring Dancing With The Stars Celebrity Pros, Dmitry Chaplin and Anna Trebunskaya, along with Dancing With The Stars cast members Oksana Dmytrenko, Anya Fuchs, Magda Fialek, Kiki Nyemchek and Brent Borbon and So You Think You Can Dance top finalists, including: Legacy, Jonathan Platero, Randi Lynn Strong and Nick Garcia and combining forces with singing stars from American Idol: Vonzell Solomon and Von Smith.
For more information, see Broadway World.
Be sure to watch Paul Mitchell’s Shall We Dance on Ice this Saturday, February 13th or on Saturday February 27th on ABC. It includes Dancing With The Stars pros Chelsie Hightower, Dmitry Chaplin, Anna Trebunskaya and Damian Whitewood. Rumer Willis, Meryl Davis, and Charlie White are also part of the show. Below is a fun promo.
It’s that time of year again and who knows what kind of funky will go down this season. Will Derek finally hang up his DWTS shoes? Will Artem get hosed again in favor of the ever annoying Val? Will Sasha finally get his chance? Will Sharna continue to follow in the wrong footsteps, making unwise statements? Who will take Allison’s spot? These questions and more will hopefully be answered soon. 🙂
I don’t want to hear about Jenna being dance captain. I think that is likely decided among the dancers themselves and I doubt it has any significance in regard to the show – maybe she’ll be a pro, maybe she won’t. Derek and Julianne’s dance captain was someone you’ve likely never heard of. So what?
Kristyn Burtt claims that the pros have been told rehearsals start on February 22 – it remains to be seen if that is true or if it actually happens. Last season was so…fluid…that we’ll have to wait and see. I do think we’ll start to hear stuff from those with a lack of ability to keep their mouths shut. 🙂 There are some Derek fans that worry his media sweep happening next week will include an announcement about his status. The media sweep is because of Disneyland 60 – if an announcement happens, it will likely be that he’s out. If he says nothing or hems and haws, it might be that he’s in. He’s a tough call, as usual Read more..
Stay tuned for Episode 8 of “Agent Carter”. Entertainment Weekly is reporting Louis Van Amstel has choreographed a dance that will be featured. Not only that, several pros from Dancing With The Stars and other dancers will be performing. Read on for details. I don’t watch this show, but, I may have to watch this episode.
Here’s the deal: “Episode 8 ends with a cliffhanger where Peggy and Jarvis [James D’Arcy] get in big trouble and are knocked out,” executive producer Michele Fazekas tells EW. “Episode 9 begins with a dream sequence that starts in black and white — by the way, [Atwell] was made for black and white. She looks like Rita Hayworth. She looks spectacular.”
Then, in true Wizard of Oz fashion, everything goes into color, leading into a full-on Broadway musical dance number that features an original song from lyricist David Zippel and composer Christopher Lennertz, in conjuction with executive producers Tara Butters and Fazekas.
Choreographed by Dancing with the Stars’ Louis van Amstel, the sequence features a number of pros from DWTS, including van Amstel, Dmitry Chaplin, Karina Smirnoff, Anna Trebunskaya, Sasha Farber and Damian Whitewood. Dancers Robert Roldan, Malene Ostergaard, Amanda Balen, Serge Onik, Jenya Shatilova, Lacey Escabar, Alla Kocherga and Paul Kirkland also join them.
Be sure to see Ballroom With A Twist if you can in a city near you! Below is Dmitry Chaplin and Chelsie Hightower talking all about it…
Hey All! If you live in the California area (or even if you don’t), be sure to see “Forever Tango” in San Francisco at the newly remodeled Herbst Theatre. You can see the show from December 20, 2015 to January 10, 2016 on specific dates. Dancing With The Stars Anna Trebunskaya and Dimitry Chaplin are the leads. Below is more information from Broadway World. There is also a show at the American Bank Center Selena Auditorium in Corpus Christi, TX on November 7th. For more information on this show follow Dmitry Dream Team Facebook for all the latest.
Luis Bravo’s FOREVER TANGO, the internationally celebrated entertainment event that has been seen throughout Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Australia, will beguile and ignite San Francisco audiences at San Francisco’s newly remodeled Herbst Theatre for a strictly limited three-week engagement – December 20, 2015 – January 10, 2016. Starring Anna Trebunskaya and Dimitry Chaplin of “Dancing with the Stars” – and featuring vocals by Marcela Rios – FOREVER TANGO features 12 world-class tango dancers and an on-stage 11-piece orchestra anchored by the bandoneón – the accordion-like instrument that is the mainstay of tango music – in an evening that celebrates the passionate music and dance of Argentina.
Tickets for FOREVER TANGO range in price from $25 – $85. VIP tickets are available for $125 and include a meet-and-greet with Trebunskaya and Chaplin (90 minutes prior to performance), preferred seating and a FOREVER TANGO CD. All tickets can be purchased now online at cityboxoffice.com , by phone at (415) 392-4400 or in person at the City Box Office [180 Redwood St. Ste. 100].
“San Francisco has one of the most vibrant and active tango scenes outside of Buenos Aires,” says Luis Bravo, creator and director of FOREVER TANGO. “Ever since our first engagement in 1994, FOREVER TANGO has captured the hearts and passion of the San Francisco Bay Area. We look forward to our return engagement this December!”
Sensuous and sophisticated, the tango inhabits a world where everything can be said with the flick of a leg, the tug of a hand, the tap of a foot and the arch of an eyebrow. Hailed as “a must-see!” by the New York Times, FOREVER TANGO was voted “Best Touring Musical” by Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle in San Francisco where it played an unprecedented 92 weeks at the Theatre on the Square and has returned season after season. Truly an international event, FOREVER TANGO was also awarded the coveted Simpatia Prize at the 1996 Spoleto Festival in Italy. FOREVER TANGO opened on Broadway in June of 1997 for what was expected to be an eight-week engagement, ran for 14 months and has since performed on Broadway on three separate occasions.