's father, Zachariah Zelilo Tutu
(known as ZZ), was a teacher and a Methodist primary school principal.
acts as the horizon line along which you try to keep your ballerina perpendicular.
Finally, this volume by the Tutus
is a valuable resource book on spirituality and a must read for all those who teach ecumenical spirituality and for anybody interested in biblical theology, mission and ecclesiology today.
In 2004 Merthyr-born Julien was nominated for an Olivier award for the costumes he designed for Richard Alston Company's Shimmer but, he said, "designing a ballet tutu
has always been a dream of mine".
notes, "The goal of human life is to live beyond the small, narrow prison of our own cares, wants, and worries.
Archbishop Emeritus Tutu
gave health practitioners excellent advice:
My favorite tutu
is the one I wear in the Pavlova and Cecchetti scene from Neumeier's The Nutcracker.
Mesmerizing audiences in what was later dubbed a Romantic tutu
, Taglioni's costume consisted of a tight-fitting bodice that left the neck and shoulders bare, and a diaphanous, bell-shaped skirt.
"I have seldom used tutus
in the past," confesses Kim, "but I've used circles in a lot of my designs, and the shape of the tutu
is very pretty.
The pink tutu
designed by Oliver Messel that she wore in that production was one of the personal items that went under the hammer.
To freshen a washable nylon net tutu
, detach the skirt from the bodice and dip in mild suds, rinse, hang upside down, and when almost dry, spray-starch each layer, pulling out the wrinkles to separate each ruffle.
Oleg Vinogradov's tUtUs
, with their splashes of tomato red, lime, aubergine, and ocher, were a felicitous addition, as was conductor Stewart Kershaw's interpretation of the appealing Minkus tunes.