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Composer: Moon, Frank

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NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
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The Illustrated 'Farewell' / The Wind / Untouchable

Artists of The Royal Ballet in The Wind © Tristram Kenton | ROH, 2017
Somehow the sum of all the many parts that make up The Wind fails to galvanise the brilliance that we have come to expect from this fast-rising choreographer
***11
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Pita's Little Match Girl

Corey Claire Annand (the little match girl) Valentina Golfieri (Angelica Maria Donnarumma) © Phil Conrad
A vivid, colourful and imaginative dance theatre interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's morality tale 
***11
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Arthur Pita's Little Match Girl

© Phil Conrad
Arthur Pita's balletic take on Andersen's The Little Match Girl delights children and adults, and offers a bright alternative for the festive season.
****1
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The Royal Ballet's production of The Metamorphosis with Edward Watson in New York

Edward Watson  ©  Danielle McGarry
Choreographer Arthur Pita’s production of The Metamorphosis – I hesitate to call it a ballet, for it is much more than that – is an eerie, thrilling and wonderfully collaborative piece of dance, led most assuredly and most grotesquely by Royal Ballet principal Edward Watson, here touring to the Joyce Theater, New York.
*****
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Arthur Pita's The Metamorphosis at the Royal Opera House

Edward Watson as Gregor Samsa in The Metamorphosis  ©  Tristram Kenton / ROH
There isn’t much to say about Arthur Pita’s The Metamorphosis that hasn’t already been said. Returning the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Studio Theatre, this award-winning production is a dance-theatre imagining of Franz Kafka’s novella of the same name. I missed this production the first time, so was very interested in seeing it the second time around, and I wasn’t disappointed.
****1
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