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Making A Scene: Ballet, colour and diversity
26th August 2021 • Making a Scene • Esplanade Offstage
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Ballet is known for its long-held traditions that define its aesthetics and institutions. In some ways, these traditions have historically excluded and marginalised particular groups of people. In this episode hosted by multidisciplinary artist and educator Susan Sentler, Mohamed Noor Sarman, ballet master of Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT), and Georgina Pazcoguin, the first Asian-American female soloist of the New York City Ballet (NYCB) discuss how they view the issue of diversity and inclusion in ballet.