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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 12:46 pm 
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Five Dimensions of Dance, Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh
by MARY BRENNANfor the Scotland Herald

With its overt skites at the Tories – a blue-suited, Maggie-masked figure upstage, the Bach piano pieces book-ended by her rally speeches – this short work inclines towards museum-piece status: what keeps it watchable, however, is Darrell's ability to mix whimsy with exquisitely lyrical dance.

published: September 13, 2005
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Curve Foundation Dance Company, Brunton
by MARY BRENNAN for the Scotland Herlad

This programme featured the premiere of a short piece by Jonathan Watkins, a dancer with the Royal Ballet who has created several works for their Choreographic Group.

published: May 16 2006
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Ross Cooper’s Curve Foundation
By Thom Dibden for The Stage

Ross Cooper’s Curve Foundation is suitably named for this mixed bill of shorter works, which builds from the stripped back minimalism of Anna Lujan Sanchez’s CervaNtes to the world premier of the fuller, near-narrative of Beyond Prejudice, by Jonathan Watkins.

Opening the bill, Michelle Denholm brings a real sense of focus to CervaNtes, danced in silence with no narrative structure and wearing tights and a baggy T-shirt.

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An interview with one of my favourite performers, who is now doubling as a dancer and rehearsal director for Phoenix Dance, one of the hottest companies in the UK.

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Ana Luján Sánchez Interview
By Pere Fornes of Squareonenews entertainment

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This solo is about the physical struggle that a dancer has to go through, and the mental concentration, to overcome the fact that she is looking at the audience as they walk through to get into the theatre.

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