Ballet CRASH

an e-book on ballet from the professional dancer and author of Tights and Tiaras, Henrik Lamark

Ballet Crash is an e-book written by Henrik Lamark, the professional dancer behind the Tights and Tiaras.com site. It gives you a crash course of all things ballet, including a cork-board history lesson and excerpts from the popular “bedtime stories” section of the site, with the plots of the famous ballets.

And: It’s free!!!

All you have to do to get this great crash-course is to sign up for the Tights and Tiaras newsletter. Once you confirm the subscription, we send you a direct link to the 30 page book. So go ahead and sign up for your own copy of the Ballet Crash today!

If you are already signed up for the newsletter, check your e-mail! There is something there I think you might enjoy.
Didn’t get the e-mail? Contact Henrik to make sure you get your copy.

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Anonymous April 1, 2011 at 3:41 am

Haha, this might come in handy, as I just started dating a ballet dancer and don’t know the slightest thing about ballet.

Would love to read a “tips and hints for normal people dating a ballet dancer” guide! Start to figure out that dancers have all these “weird” – at least to me – holy habits. So much to learn! A whole new world to explore. Def. come back to your site. Provides exactly the sort of inside information that I’m looking for. Thanks a million!

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Henrik April 1, 2011 at 9:32 am

Haha, I’m glad you enjoyed it! Matter of fact, I am working on a post on “dating dancers” right now – I think that will be just down your alley! :) Biggest problem is, though, I’m a dancer myself. So I wouldn’t really know how it is to be dating a dancer without knowing our “world”, with all the holy habits and rituals ;) But hang in there – I’m working on it! Glad you enjoyed the book!
H

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Henrik April 1, 2011 at 9:33 am

And don’t tell her about the book, rather make some cool references in suitable situations! Even if she catches you on it, you’ll sure to get an extra point! :)

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francesca January 16, 2013 at 2:33 am

Yes I would like to. Thank u for asking

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Anonymous April 1, 2011 at 11:27 am

Wow, I’m impressed by your quick response.
Looking forward to your article!

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Henrik April 1, 2011 at 2:21 pm

me too, once I find a way to actually write something readable.. But some patience will serve you well. In the meantime, have a look around, there’s plenty of “tips” in here :)

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Bunhead April 4, 2012 at 2:59 am

Hi! I love your blog. Is it hard to be a professional dancer and still find time to blog? Could you please to a “day in my life” post? :)

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Henrik April 7, 2012 at 11:06 am

Hi ‘Bunhead’ :)
Yes, sometimes, it’s hard to find the time to blog next to work, training and life in general. But I think that applies for most professions, really‚Ķ
Glad you like the blog. I have done a ‘day in my life’ post a couple of times already, but sure, I’ll try to make another some time in the near future -when I find time.. :) H

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