Music for Dance

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….The most compelling sections of pure dance were located in the middle of the piece, when La Fille travels from the asteroid to different planets to meet their single-minded inhabitants. Dyberg offers a combo-platter of disparate genres of dance, choreographing a garden of roses as classical ballerinas with fluttering scarves for petals, a planet of kings “obsessed with power” as strong hip hop dancers with plenty of attitude, and aloof party girls as egomaniacal club revelers taking selfies. Text projected on the back wall of the Abbey provided a context for each stage of La Fille’s journey, reminding viewers that they were watching an adapted novella…..

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