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The New Anna Karenina Film Is Like A Ballet - And Ballet Companies Should Learn From It
Sarah Kaufman: "[The film's] director and choreographer worked closely together to create a magical, stylized world of piercing, intensified feeling. In the dance world, such a feat is all left to one person, the choreographer or company director. ... But making a work of living, urgent and irresistible theater, where every moment works, not just the danced ones, is often simply not in the dance specialist's arsenal. The Washington Post 12/27/12
Posted December 28, 2012 12:46 AM

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