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Not every picture can have Sascha in it! (AWWW!)
*MoRe InFoRmAtIoN oN sAsChA*
All this information was taken from http://www.mindspring.com/~ksneds/saschapage.html...the better version of it can be found there because it is from the "original" author's page. I appologize for adding this, but I wanted to make sure it was seen because it's totally important info.! PUHlease visit http://www.mindspring.com/~ksneds/saschapage.html because she deserves all the credit for all this!
Birthdate 1977 (he's presently 22 years old) Hometown Aptos/Santa Cruz, CA Family Peter (father)-science writer, author of books on physical fitness/science, teaches at UC Santa Cruz Nancy (mother)-preschool teacher Jessica (older sister)-dancer?? brother-studied martial arts in Japan in 1993 High School Aptos High School/correspondence/?? Started ballet age 5 Ballet Schools City Ballet School (San Fransisco, CA) 198?-1992 Bolshoi Ballet Academy (Vail, Colorado) summer 1992 Bolshoi Ballet Academy (Moscow, Russia) 1992-93 Kirov Academy (Washington, DC) 1993-95 Ballet Company American Ballet Theater 1995-present
STAGE AND SCREEN EXPERIENCE: Guest Appearances Dec.14-15 1997: Peabody Preparatory Winter Dance Concert (Baltimore, MD) "Snow Queen" April 7, 1999: ARKA Ballet Inagural Benefit (Washington, DC) Dec. 1999: Shore Ballet Company (Asbury Park/Lakewood, NJ) "Nutcracker" Dec. 18-19 1999: Pasadena Dance Theatre (Pasadena, CA) "Nutcracker" Movies 1988 "Home at Last" as Olaf 2000 "Center Stage" as Charlie TV 1988 "Midnight Caller" Episode 7 as Ethan Collins 1999 "Le Corsaire" 1999 PBS Special as corps member 2000 "I Wanna Be With You" Mandy Moore music video Articles 2/2/93 San Fransisco Chronicle "Young Dancer Trains in Moscow" May 2000 Seventeen Magazine "Waltz of the Flowers"
PERFORMANCE REVIEWS 4/7/98 "Les Patineurs"
Young Sascha Radetsky--yet another Washingtonian, from the Kirov Academy--was a stand-out among the boys, giving the impression that he could step into the lead role of the Boy in Blue in the near future. (Szoradi) 6/6/98 "Snow Maiden" Joaquin de Luz, John Selya, and Sascha Radetsky were all wonderful in the roles of the 3 drunk villagers, especially Radetsky, whose fine acting is coupled with super technique, especially excellent elevation & beautifully pointed feet in his jumps. [I'll shamelessly plugthe fact that Radetsky was schooled at Washington, DC's Kirov Academy; hence, his meticulous attention to detail & equal emphasis on dance & drama.] (Szoradi)
5/20/99 "La Bayadere" In the Betrothan Waltz, Sascha Radetsky's clear-as-a-bell entrechats were a joy to behold. (Szoradi) 5/13/00 "Don Quixote" Sacha Radetsky and Erica Cornejo showed real promise as the main gypsy couple. Radetsky's leaps and turns were first-rate, and Cornejo gave a strong performance full of fire and intensity. (C. Boresta) Radetsky was big and exciting as the gypsy guy... (Manhattnik)