"The Crucible" tag
Araminta Wraith and Nick Shoesmith in Helen Pickett’s The Crucible.© Jane Hobson. (Click image for larger version)

Scottish Ballet’s Crucible – From scrap board to stage, a dancers perspective

Araminta Wraith, Scottish Ballet soloist, is a DanceTabs guest blogger during the companies 50th anniversary season. The third blog is titled “From scrap board to stage, a dancers perspective” and all about the creation and premiere of Helen Pickett’s “The Crucible”.

Araminta Wraith and company in Helen Pickett's The Crucible.© Jane Hobson. (Click image for larger version)

Scottish Ballet – The Crucible – Edinburgh

★★★★★   Scottish Ballet has a major critical hit on their hands – this is compelling 21st century watching. It was the premiere you want to see, but so very often don’t, with everybody, but everybody, at the top of their game…

Helen Pickett.© Mihaela Bodlovic. (Click image for larger version)

5 Questions to Helen Pickett about her “Crucible” for Scottish Ballet and the Edinburgh International Festival…

As part of their 50th anniversary Scottish Ballet presents the world premiere of The Crucible by Arthur Miller, choreographed by Helen Pickett, from 3 – 5 August at the Edinburgh International Festival ahead…

Javier Andreu and Aaron Venegas in Laplane's Dextera.© Andy Ross. (Click image for larger version)

Scottish Ballet – Dextera, Elite Syncopations – Inverness

★★★★✰   It’s the company’s 50th Anniversary season and rather than start it, as you might expect, in Glasgow or Edinburgh, they opened in Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness, with a special premiere and a full-on party for all.

Chris Hampson.© Helen Maybanks. (Click image for larger version)

Christopher Hampson, Scottish Ballet’s Director, on celebrating the companies 50th anniversary in 2019 & future plans

Scottish Ballet have just announced plans for their Fiftieth Anniversary in 2019, including three world premieres – we have the full press release and touch-base with CEO/Artistic Director Christopher Hampson about the celebrations and what happens beyond…

Gwyn Emberton and Rachele Rapisardi in My People.© Roy Campbell Moore. (Click image for larger version)

Gwyn Emberton Dance – My People – London

My People is a mature work, developed in close collaboration with the composers, that deserves to be widely seen.

Eve Mutso as Elizabeth Proctor in Helen Pickett’s The Crucible.© Andy Ross. (Click image for larger version)

Scottish Ballet – Ten Poems, The Crucible – Glasgow

Scottish Ballet’s new double bill features ballets by experienced choreographers about two not-so-different communities: small-town Wales and narrow-minded Salem…

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