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Author:  Stuart Sweeney [ Tue May 18, 2004 1:32 am ]
Post subject:  Scapino Ballet

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Violence in Ballet

Scapino Ballet Rotterdam: 'Kathleen', Rotterdam Dance Academy: 'Mt. Bulla'

by Maria Technosux for Ballet-Dance Magazine

"Kathleen" (by Ed Wubbe) danced by Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. Uitmarkt Festival, Paradiso, Amsterdam, 30 aug. 2003

Oh my goodness what a gut-punching ballet. "Kathleen" by Scapino Ballet Rotterdam should be in repertoires all around the world. A ballet I'd love to watch again and again. Could I spend the rest of the year watching this ballet? Possibly. Give me a car, a driver's license and some money, and I will drive myself to as many of these performances as humanly possible. Ed Wubbe, did you really create ballets like this, once upon a time long ago? Everything I have seen so far by Scapino Ballet pales in comparison to "Kathleen."

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