Stylist: Why the English National Ballet’s new season is the most feminist ballet yet
By Elena Chabo
The English National Ballet’s new season is en pointe when it comes to amplifying female voices.
Dance may seem like an industry dominated by women, but female choreographers are still a minority. This April, the English National Ballet has leapt on the issue, presenting She Persisted, a programme celebrating women in all aspects of dance.
“The classical ballet world needs more women’s perceptions on female characters in narrative dance,” says choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, whose work Broken Wings, based on the life of Frida Kahlo, is one of three that make up She Persisted.
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