Preserving Live Art

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

What does it mean to preserve live art? The choreographer Antony Tudor is being celebrated around the country this this year, and a range of ballet companies are performing his works. Ballet has a long and deep tradition – as a classical art form, it continually looks to the past. So a celebration of Tudor is all to the good. Or is it?


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