If the heirs are wise, they will join up and support this new venture. The Ashton brand can only benefit from intelligent oversight and nurturing, which could lead to more Ashton being danced (and danced well). Which, in turn, increases the owners' royalties.
IT sounds like some of the most central works in his repertory are currently owned by a wide variety of people. I hope that this does not turn out to be a problem.
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