Crystal Pite

“I love working with the rhythm and the complexity of language”
Founder of dance company Kidd Pivot, Crystal Pite is one of the world’s most sought after choreographers. She speaks to The Stage about reigniting her partnership with Jonathon Young to create Revisor at Sadler’s Wells, how she copes with doubt and being inspired by postmodern maestro William Forsythe

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