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Jonathan Williams

21-06-01, 01:40 PM (GMT)
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"Inaki Urlezaga"
 
   Can anyone shed light on what has happened to Inaki Urlezaga? It is suggested that during a rehearsal at the ROH, he exited the stage only to fall twelve or thirteen feet, because back-stage staff had temporarily removed a ramp. According to the version I heard, he broke no bones but was quite badly hurt and may not perform for some time. I hope he's ok - does anyone know more?


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Paul A

21-06-01, 02:57 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Inaki Urlezaga"
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   I read that whilst rehearsing on the set of Giselle he turned left instead of right and went down the trap that Hilarion is thrown into which happened to be open.


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Steven

21-06-01, 04:12 PM (GMT)
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2. "RE: Inaki Urlezaga"
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   I heard that too (in fact, I think I read it in the Evening Standard). Apart from that, I've heard nothing but he is not down for any performances in the RB Period 1, which is worrying as he had originally been scheduled to dance the Don Quixote pas de deux this summer and one might have expected him to dance in the full ballet if he were recovered. He is still listed in the ROH 2001/2 Season book as a Principal Dancer - but then so is Deborah Bull.


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