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Monday, September 16, 1991
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Monday, September 16, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Puzzles, entertainment'B-5 The leaders Basic crossword f" f ' 1! I P " ' r-wy i; rr A 'TP- ... 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I Solution time: 26 min. J '4 As Cincinnati Ballet begins rehearsals this week for its 1991-92 season, here's a look at the two artists leading the company: Nigel Burgoine, acting artistic director Burgoine, 37, has known Richard Collins for 20 years. "I saw him in London last year and he asked me to come and see the company. I came over last Christmas and I liked what I saw." Collins invited Burgoine to join the company as ballet master and director of education. Burgoine was in Cincinnati less than a week when Collins was injured in an auto accident. Friday, the ballet board asked Burgoine to step in as acting artistic director. A native of London, Burgoine attended the Royal Ballet Scnool and was a principal dancer with the London Festival Ballet. Among his many roles: Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake, Hilarion in Giselle, Alfredo in Rosalinda and Gum in La Sylphide. He has directed education and outreach programs for the London City Ballet and the Dallas Ballet. "Now I have three jobs to do, but education will still be a main objective," Burgoine says. "What we want to do is . . . go into all the schools in the area and give the children a complete breakdown on what ballet Is all about and how a professional dancer works so they won't be afraid to come to the ballet." Johanna Bernstein Wilt, ballet mistress As Johanna Bernstein Wilt, 34, begins her 11th season with the Cincinnati Ballet, she will not only dance in the corps de ballet but will be the ballet mistress as well. "My main responsibility will be learning the repertory, rehearsing the corps, putting up schedules, making sure everything runs smoothly and assisting Nigel." Bernstein Wilt grew up in Columbus, Ohio, and studied at the The Cincinnati EnquirerTony Jones Nigel Burgoine, acting artistic director, practices with members of the Cincinnati Baljet. raDAVllTriplASISEID' CANADA A B R A D E JR O N I cTl IR A I DEf G I E N fc M I Clf" R 13 I N N DA T a"P H (b S I"- '"-j K O SOC" U B TWa" TOM L N T Em" R O G ATT I V E D O R A O n "Ffclc" aw P"" RjMpiS O RJOI'",1"1""'! SUN CI A VIE "Starr A G K A N G I N AfTT A I P E Tl W J LJ?J fT N V E N JJ ST E L A EtJC OAS TW Ballet: We will make it work Acting director to guide troupe through planned season Saturday's answer 1 12 13 14 ' lb 6 1 Id y To 11 T5 T3 T3 T? 76 17 TS 19 '"j 21 22 I !3 24 """26 27 ( '"""2U 29 30 31 f""! 32 33 j 34 35 36 r 37 38 ' i 33 40 '""""41 r 42 43 44 IU1" ' '! 45" 46 47 48 49" 50 """"" 51 52 """"" 13 : 54 35 56 57 BY MARTY MUNSON Enquirer Contributor This was the year that Cincinnati Ballet wanted to start the season on a hopeful note. Reorganizing the administrative staff, making budget cuts and announcing a season full of favorites, the company was aiming to start turning around its financial woes and gear up for Richard Collins' first season as solo artistic director. ' But as the curtain goes up today on the season's first rehearsals, the dancers' spirits aren't where they hoped they'd be. Because Collins can't make it. Head injuries from a one-car accident Wednesday afternoon have him listed in critical condition at the University of Kentucky Medical Center,' Lexington. State police reports say that Collins lost control of his car, which then flipped several times, when trying to avoid a tractor trailor that had changed lanes. The extent of Collins' injuries and the length of his time away can't be determined yet, but for the short term, things are in place for the season to go on as planned. The company has two things working in its favor until the end of this year: One, the season's first ballet is The Great Gatsby, by guest choreographer Andre Prokovsky, who's long been scheduled to spend a six-week residency with the company, starting this week. Prokovsky has worked with these dancers and Collins previously, having most recently choreographed A Woman in New York School of Ballet, the American Dance Festival, Ohio State director isn't around, the responsibility goes on the ballet master's shoulders." Some of this season's negotiations still need to be completed, but Burgoine explained, "Luckily, I don't have to sit down and make a lot of decisions. The repertory has been planned. All I have to do is see that it is rehearsed correctly, that it looks good on stage, and the dancers are content." Continuity helps Ballet Mistress Johanna Bernstein Wilt says that the company already has the advantage of continuity. "The company has the structure set up right now that we can continue, and everybody here knows each other. We're not a brand-new company, and that helps tremendously. The people here want to make it work." Wilt herself is new to her artistic position, though is no stranger to what Collins likes to stress onstage and in class, having worked with him since his arrival in Cincinnati. How this will affect the company's efforts to get finances under control is unclear, with instability never an incentive for investors. Yet the company's structure this year is far ahead of where it was last year, in the chaos of then-director Ivan Nagy's abrupt departure, the announcement of the company's serious deficit and no executive director. This year, however, under the guidance of executive director Paul A. Stuhlreyer III, the company has made budget cuts and set more realistic long-range plans. In addition to the immediate challenges, there are a lot of other things that an artistic director like Collins has going on, aside from providing a single artistic vision for the company. Things like planning and negotiating for next season, collaborating with other companies, in-school programs and other special projects. So between teaching and rehearsing the company, Burgoine will have to pick up a lot of other duties. This isn't the smooth start for which Cincinnati Ballet had hoped, but the company expects to step into the season gracefully. Cryptoquip University and Rotterdam Dance Conservatory before joining the Cincinnati Ballet in 1981. For the past three seasons she has been the children's rehearsal coach for Nutcracker. The experience, plus suffering a broken foot three years ago, made her begin to "think about life as a non-dancer." In June she married Ian Wilt, a "non-dancer." She thinks of Cincinnati as her home. "I'm not going anywhere. I care about the company. We all want to make It work," she says. , i "We have a lot of . choreographers coming in this year The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to Love in last May s series. Acting director named Cincinnati Ballet's second piece of luck is that locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. Today's Cryptoquip clue: R equals W RLF MH RG MEUPG HV to set new pieces, and they will be in Nutcracker follows Gatsby on the schedule, a work charge. It s more for me to be a familiar to the company. sponge and learn everything and get To provide leadership in Collins absence, Cin the style and the feeling. . . . You just don't go out there and dance. Someone has to organize It." cinnati Ballet's Board of Trustees has named the company's new ballet master, Nigel Burgoine, as A K E D K V M A K E D R K F N L G OWEN FINDSEN acting artistic director. Every ballet master who takes on the position has to know they're rather MEUPG RKF? N L G H V ike a vice president, said Burgoine. When the . Saturday's Cryptoquip: DAD SIGHS, "HUGE CHARGE ACCOUNT IS NO CREDIT TO OUR Bridge Advanced crossword BY OMAR SHARIF and TANNAH HIRSCH VE PAINT ALUMINUM SIDING We know the method for refinishing Aluminum Siding by painting. Is your ALUMINUM SIDING fading or discolored? Our method will give your siding lasting beauty. Costs just a fraction of the price of new siding. Both vulnerable. West deals. North 4 9 6 5 V KQ2 10 5 3 2 7 4 2 10 year guarantee We are fully insured. 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