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Gaylene Cummerfield

Ready to Start

by Emilia & Linda on October 20, 2010

Last week we attended Birmingham Royal Ballet‘s week-long season at Sadler’s Wells. They brought to London two different autumn bills: Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet and Pointes of View, with works by MacMillan, Balanchine and Twyla Tharp. Each Bag Lady caught up with one program. Linda on Romeo & Juliet: Having seen Romeo and Juliet [...]

Supermassive Black Hole

by Linda on September 27, 2009

It is interesting to discover how choreographers find inspiration for a new piece and how they bring their ideas alive through dance. When David Bintley first announced he would do a ballet inspired by a physics equation, E=mc2, many were puzzled. How could Bintley turn an abstract mathematical statement into a ballet? Using David Bodanis‘s [...]