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The Associates at Sadler's Wells reviewed: another acutely inventive work from Crystal Pite

Plus: are Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion losing their satirical touch?

14 February 2015

9:00 AM

14 February 2015

9:00 AM

The Associates: Prince/Pite/Shechter

Sadler’s Wells

Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion

Lilian Baylis Studio

The prodigious streetdancer Tommy Franzén pops up everywhere from family-friendly hip-hop shows by ZooNation, Boy Blue and Bounce to serious contemporary ballet by Russell Maliphant and Kim Brandstrup, but he’s a bit of a Macavity. He ought to be recognised as a star, but he effaces himself award-winningly in others’ work.

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