The biggest surprise is the rigging system. Having worked in film studios, Ramirez was inspired by the methods used for rigging cameras and thought, ‘what if we use our bodies with rigging?’ Continue Reading
Ferri’s dance technique is preternaturally youthful still, but she can morph from skittish ardour to haggard-looking defeat in a convincing second.
If the Royal Ballet, upstairs in the main house, can find this sort of charge or tragedy at any point in their current run of MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet, they will be doing well.
This is one of my best experiences of dance theatre, seamlessly merging spoken text with choreography, with that most essential ingredient of brevity. This is a production that succeeds by doing just enough and no more. Continue Reading
Larbi collaborates with Chinese choreographer Yabin Wang on a production centred around the idea of our estrangement from the natural world... Continue Reading
Whether reincarnating old “ballerinas” or inventing new ones, the continuing regeneration of the Trocks is an ongoing process of seamless joy! Continue Reading