Posted 03 September 2001 - 07:34 PM
It's very well deserved. I remember talking to a friend after one of her performances of
Theme and Variations in Tschai Suite No. 3 last spring (and also after her Act II divertissement in Midsummer Night's Dream last spring) and noticing how, with her attack and her losing herself in the role, I had almost been holding my breath as she moved.
And although I wouldn't want to push the comparison, much of what has been said on another thread about Margot Fonteyn's concern with line and placement rather than with big extensions and circus effects could be said of Miranda's style as well.
[ 09-04-2001: Message edited by: Michael1 ]
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