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swan

02-06-02, 10:27 AM (GMT)
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"modern ballet"
 
   Where's the best place to go and see modern ballet? Can anyone recomend a good modern ballet?


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Bruceadmin

02-06-02, 11:55 AM (GMT)
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1. "RE: modern ballet"
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It depends what you mean by modern ballet I suppose. There are soem ballets from the 20's, 30's and 30's which are much more 'modern' then some ballets created only last year. And do you mean really men just ballet? - do you rule out dance? What ballet/dance do you like seeing and what dance don't you? Lots of questions I know but the term modern ballet can be taken so many diferent ways


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swan

02-06-02, 12:23 PM (GMT)
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2. "RE: modern ballet"
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   Ballet is my main love, but i've never actually seen a modern ballet/dance production. Ive read aboute one act ballets, and ballets that do not have a specific story line, and these sound really intresting. Of cours, i LOVE the classics, swan lake/Gisellle/romeo and juliet, but there are so many other things to see. Also by saying modern , i dont think i mean created recently, i just mean diffrent, i suppose.


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