Saturday, February 22, 2014

Rite of Spring

When Mrs. Quinet showed us The Rite of Spring in Class, I remembered seeing the ballet in Dr. Ramos's class last year. After her lesson, the dance didn't look so random and spastic. Last year when I saw this video, I totally understood why they threw tomatoes at them. I now understand why the choreographer staged the dance as an untraditional ballet to represent the fragmentation of society. Thanks Mrs. Quinet!

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