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June 24, 1989
The Bolshoi Ballet Academy will perform at the Pantages Theatre Aug. 1-6, as part of its first U.S. tour in almost 20 years. The six-week, eight-city national tour, will mark the professional debut of 19-year-old Michael Shannon, the first and only North American in the company. The tour will also feature guest appearances by recent graduates of the academy and performances by Vladimir Malakhov of the Moscow Classical Ballet and Galina Stepanyenko from the Stanislavsky Theatre of Opera and Ballet.
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June 9, 1999 | VICTORIA LOOSELEAF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Could these two men have less in common: the slight, kinetic Russian, with chiseled cheekbones and regal bearing, and the older guy sporting sunglasses and a black leather jacket, his receding thatch of hair dyed platinum, emanating a major whiff of irony? Meet Vladimir Malakhov, international dance sensation, and Bud Cort, the actor who shot to cult status 27 years ago in the film classic "Harold and Maude."
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February 26, 1996 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Most Juliets wake from their death-like slumber simply by stretching out their arms. Not Susan Jaffe. For this American Ballet Theatre principal, consciousness begins its welcome return with the slightest flexing of the fingers, then ripples upward through the body. This meticulous attention to detail characterized Jaffe's approach to the role in Kenneth MacMillan's "Romeo and Juliet" Friday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa.
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February 26, 1996 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Most Juliets wake from their death-like slumber simply by stretching out their arms. Not Susan Jaffe. For this American Ballet Theatre principal, consciousness begins its welcome return with the slightest flexing of the fingers, then ripples upward through the body. This meticulous attention to detail characterized Jaffe's approach to the role in Kenneth MacMillan's "Romeo and Juliet" Friday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa.
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June 20, 1991 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vladimir Malakhov, 23, can boast a dazzling array of medals from the world's most prestigious ballet competitions: * Grand Prize, junior level, International Ballet Competition, Varna, Bulgaria, 1986. * Gold Medal, International Ballet Competition, Moscow, 1989; Grand Prix, Lausanne, 1987 * Bronze Medal, International Ballet Competition in Jackson, Miss., 1990.
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June 9, 1999 | VICTORIA LOOSELEAF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Could these two men have less in common: the slight, kinetic Russian, with chiseled cheekbones and regal bearing, and the older guy sporting sunglasses and a black leather jacket, his receding thatch of hair dyed platinum, emanating a major whiff of irony? Meet Vladimir Malakhov, international dance sensation, and Bud Cort, the actor who shot to cult status 27 years ago in the film classic "Harold and Maude."
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July 6, 1989
Galina Stepanyenko and Vladimir Malakhov, who took gold medals at the Moscow International Ballet Competition last month, will perform with the Bolshoi Ballet Academy at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, Aug. 1-6.
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May 4, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ray LeBlanc posted his second shutout of the tournament and Dave Jensen had two goals and one assist as Team USA stayed in contention at the hockey World Championships with a 5-0 victory over Poland at Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. In Prague, Andrei Kovalenko and Vladimir Malakhov scored two goals apiece as Russia beat France, 8-0, to stay atop Pool B.
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October 5, 1988 | CATHY CURTIS
The Orange County Performing Arts Center has announced casting for the remaining Moscow Classical Ballet performances this week. In tonight's program of divertissements, the program and dancers are as follows: "Swan Lake," Act II: Vera Timashova as Odette, Alexander Gorbatsevich as Siegfried and Rinat Givatulin as von Rothbart. Pas de deux from "La Sylphide": Galina Skuratova and Igor Terentyeva. "Classical Pas de Deux": Tatiana Poly and Stanislav Isayev.
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April 11, 1998 | Associated Press
When Buffalo's Curtis Brown stole the puck behind the Montreal goal and launched it toward the Montreal net, he didn't care which of his teammates touched it as long as it led to a goal. No one else got hold of the puck--but the backhand shot made it past Montreal goalie Andy Moog anyway to cap Buffalo's 2-1 victory Friday at Buffalo, N.Y., and clinch a playoff spot for the Sabres. "I walked out in front and just threw the puck at the net. It didn't matter who got it, we needed it," Brown said.
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June 20, 1991 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vladimir Malakhov, 23, can boast a dazzling array of medals from the world's most prestigious ballet competitions: * Grand Prize, junior level, International Ballet Competition, Varna, Bulgaria, 1986. * Gold Medal, International Ballet Competition, Moscow, 1989; Grand Prix, Lausanne, 1987 * Bronze Medal, International Ballet Competition in Jackson, Miss., 1990.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 1989
The Bolshoi Ballet Academy will perform at the Pantages Theatre Aug. 1-6, as part of its first U.S. tour in almost 20 years. The six-week, eight-city national tour, will mark the professional debut of 19-year-old Michael Shannon, the first and only North American in the company. The tour will also feature guest appearances by recent graduates of the academy and performances by Vladimir Malakhov of the Moscow Classical Ballet and Galina Stepanyenko from the Stanislavsky Theatre of Opera and Ballet.
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February 11, 1997 | From Associated Press
The St. Louis Blues continued to have their problems at home. After falling to the Phoenix Coyotes, 4-2, Monday night at St. Louis, the Blues are 2-4 in their last six home games and 11-15-4 at Kiel Center this season. Nikolai Khabibulin made 37 saves and Keith Tkachuk scored his 34th goal to lead the Coyotes.
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October 9, 1996 | LISA DILLMAN
Opponent--Montreal Canadiens. Site--Molson Centre, Montreal. Time--4:30 PDT. Radio--XTRA (690). Records--Kings 1-1, Canadiens 0-0-2. Record vs. Canadiens (1995-96)--1-1. King update--Goaltender Stephane Fiset will make his third consecutive start. Fiset had a shutout in his King debut, then gave up seven goals in a 7-6 overtime loss to the San Jose Sharks, facing 38 shots.
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