Yes, there are many male Ballet ballet dancers; such a Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Ballet exists because of the french court Men only did Ballet they even dressed up as women!
For just the same reason as women.
lots of people did ballet men boys women and girls of all ages but you had to be strong to be a ballerina !
Yes. Women were not "allowed" to perform on stage
Anyone can really. Men and Women around the world take on the difficult art of ballet
Ballet tights are called 'ballet tights' or 'dance tights'. Ballet tights for women are thinner than those designed for men since they are worn under leotards.
His most common subject was ballet dancers.
the people who do ballet perform it.
They weren't. It was women who were excluded. Men played the female parts during this time.
Ballet originated in France in the 1600's as a classical movement of the body made to entertain the King of the time. Originally, men danced on pointe as well as women but then it got too hard for men to dance in and everyone agreed it didn't suit a man's build. By the 1800's, ballet dances that are still performed today had been choreographed making ballet very popular and entertaining.
ballet was not made but created for pleasure and to give women or men who do it elegance and grace . it is also a form of exercise and can help your balance and posture
men performed in Shakespeare's plays not women because men thought women weren't good enough
Because it is so beautiful to see men and women have such a strong form and they are so graceful. If you did ballet then you would know why it is so famous.
No ballet is performed for art's sake
The plays were performed by actors, which is to say by men, not women.
It is most common to have a ballet dance performed in a professional theatre.
The word is spelled ballet. The ballet dancer performed wonderfully.
They are performed to music.
All women were played by men so no real women actually performed on Shakespeare's plays.
Actors performed in the globe theater, men played women parts as well as it was considered un-lady like for women to act.