Posted 20 August 2002 - 03:29 AM
Posted 20 August 2002 - 03:46 AM
Posted 20 August 2002 - 05:43 AM
wish i could be more specific, but that's all i know for now. if i learn more i'll post it.
Posted 20 August 2002 - 08:09 AM
There's also a bit of information in the biographies of Frederick Ashton by David Vaughan and Julie Kavanaugh.
Posted 21 August 2002 - 12:40 AM
Posted 21 August 2002 - 03:02 AM
This seems to be deeply inbedded in the history of the development of ballet. There are still, today, many people so interested in "dancing" they are doing it for free. We have come a long way in many aspects, but this situation does still exist in the US, perhaps elsewhere too!
Posted 21 August 2002 - 04:01 AM
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