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Q&A Special: Choreographer William Forsythe Over Time | reviews, news & interviews

Q&A Special: Choreographer William Forsythe Over Time

Q&A Special: Choreographer William Forsythe Over Time

The radical American choreographer speaks ballet

William Forsythe dancers in Eidos: Telos

The radical modern choreographer William Forsythe (b 1950) was celebrated in a week of events in London’s stages this year, marking his transition from mouldbreaking neo-classical ballet to a more collaborative, theatre mode.

You can't divorce the properties of water from waves. You can't divorce the properties of dancers from the dance.

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