Nobody's Baby

Dance, Contemporary and experimental
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Nobody's Baby
'Nobody's Baby'

The choreographer who brought us the visceral 'Metamorphosis' danced by Edward Watson two years ago stages this piece inspired by American dance marathons. Arthur Pita's 'Nobody's Baby' looks at the phenomenon of these dance-offs, where couples would compete to dance the longest for money during the lean Great Depression in the 1930s. A live jazz band transforms the ROH's Paul Hamlyn hall into the competition stage.



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