Articles about Tamara Rojo & English National Ballet’s “She Said”

The unequal representation of female choreographers on large and/or mainstream stages has been discussed in the media and in dance literature. Please click on the category “Female choreographers in media & literature” to view further selections.

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Articles about Tamara Rojo and English National Ballet’s “She Said”

English National Ballet’s blog posts relating to She Said

http://blog.ballet.org.uk/tag/she-said/

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Articles about “The Akram Khan row” from early 2016

The unequal representation of female choreographers on large and/or mainstream stages has been discussed in the media and in dance literature. Please click on the category “Female choreographers in media & literature” to view further selections.

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“The Akram Khan row” in early 2016

Akram Khan: ‘Don’t have more female choreographers for the sake of it’ by Georgia Snow in The Stage

https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2016/akram-khan-dont-have-more-female-choreographers-for-the-sake-of-it/

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General articles and literature about female choreographers

The unequal representation of female choreographers on large and/or mainstream stages has been discussed in the media and in dance literature. Please click on the category “Female choreographers in media & literature” to view further selections.

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General articles and literature

1976 and 2016: Are Women Dancers Still Discriminated Against? By Wendy Perron

http://wendyperron.com/is-there-a-bias-against-women-in-dance-then-now/

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Blogs, organisations and events dedicated to gender issues in dance in early 2016

The unequal representation of female choreographers on large and/or mainstream stages has been discussed in the media and in dance literature. Please click on the category “Female choreographers in media & literature” to view further selections.

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Blogs, organisations and events dedicated to gender issues in dance

The Bench http://www.the-bench.org/home-1

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