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Reviving A Ballet Only Fonteyn And Nureyev Could Dance
Marguerite and Armand "was created by Sir Frederick Ashton exactly 50 years ago for the legendary Margot and Rudolf and it was believed that it would die with them - that nobody else could ever tread onto their hothouse emotional turf with sufficient magnetism and mystique." Yet since the turn of the new century, companies have occasionally given the piece a try? Is it good enough to survive without its legendary leads? The Arts Desk (London) 02/19/13 (includes video)
Posted February 19, 2013 12:51 AM

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