Dance: Pop Ballet

They certainly belong together. Choreographer Merce Cunningham believes that all movement is dance. Composer John Cage insists that all sound is music. Pop Artist Robert Rauschenberg thinks "every object is as good as every other object." But could they belong to derrière-garde London? After presenting 15 ballets in six performances at Sadler's Wells, the triarchy established itself as the most explosive event in British ballet since Martha Graham's London debut in 1954. At week's end the company had proved such a surprise smash that it transferred to another theater for 18 more...

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