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A review of Sarasota Ballet's triple bill Masters of Dance:

https://www.broadwayworld.com/sarasota/article/BWW-Review-MASTERS-OF-DANCE-at-Sarasota-Ballet-20181118

 

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If there is a trifecta in ballet, Sarasota Ballet, under the brilliant direction of Iain Webb, produced the winning ticket in their diversified performances titled Masters of Dance. Three distinct programs, Sir Frederick Ashton'sRhapsody, Christopher Wheeldon's There Where She Loved, and Jerome Robbins' The Concert, offered a dazzling showcase of sophistication, heart play and comedic dance.

 

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A review of a double bill by Ballet Black:

https://www.thereviewshub.com/ballet-black-stanley-audrey-burton-theatre-leeds/

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The first of the narrative led pieces The Suit has been choreographed by the hugely talented Cathy Marston, renowned for her expressive and dramatic interpretations, most notably Northern Ballet’s recent Jane Eyre. Based on a South African fable by Can Themba, The Suit depicts a husband and wife based in Sophiatown, Johannesburg. After the husband, Philemon leaves for work, his wife Matilda seductively prepares herself for her lover and realising he has left his briefcase at home, Philemon returns home to discover his wife’s infidelity. Escaping via a window, the lover leaves his suit behind, which becomes a constant reminder of his presence within the marriage. 

 

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