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Thursday, January 7


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A review of the Sarasota Ballet by Jann Parry for DanceTabs.


The most dramatic work in the programme is Peter Darrell’s one-act Othello, acquired by Sarasota Ballet in 2020. Darrell created it in 1971 for the touring company led by Galina Samsova and André Prokovsky that became New London Ballet. Othello then entered the repertoire of Scottish Ballet, founded and directed by Darrell until his death in 1987. Best known to Scottish Ballet’s audiences, his Othello has now been disseminated digitally to worldwide viewers – albeit for a short period.


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