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Pina Bausch

Since Pina Bausch’s death in 2009, her company Tanztheater Wuppertal has exclusively performed her work. Now, as the company begins to look to new...

Norwegian Alan Lucien Oyen was understandably nervous about devising a new piece with the late, iconic choreographer’s dance company. Nick Awde learns how the...

There is no place like Rome for Pina Bausch. Premiered in 1986, Viktor is the first of her series of city-inspired works and her...

Tamara Rojo has created an ambitious programme. Featuring signature works of Pina Bausch, William Forsythe and Hans van Manen, it’s a triple bill designed...

Masurca Fogo (Fiery Mazurka) might be retitled Sex on the Beach. The myriad cavortings and mischievous couplings on the rocky seashore set suggest that...

Arlene Phillips has warned that female choreographers need to fight to get ahead in the sector, claiming men are better at "seducing producers". Phillips, whose...

Pina Bausch is dead. Long live Pina Bausch. The Queen Bee of modern dance left an extraordinary legacy of work that the company is...

A host of British artists, including Simon McBurney and Akram Khan, feature on the line-up for the 2016 Holland Festival. It is the second programme...

Set in a forest of giant cacti, Pina Bausch’s 1987 work bubbles with inventiveness. Playful, mysterious and erotically charged, Ahnen, like most of her...
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