From the Press: 'William Forsythe: A Quiet Evening of Dance review – rare and revelatory"

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05 October 2018

London / United Kingdom

A Quiet Evening of Dance

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A Quiet Evening of Dance
"They say it’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for. With its bare stage and low-key lighting and sound, with coloured gloves and shoes its sole ostentation, William Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance (even the title feels reticent) is the opposite of showy. But pay it close attention and it reveals a kind of introverted virtuosity that leaves you dumbstruck."

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