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When Rudolf Nureyev defected from Soviet Russia in 1961, he arrived in the west with a meteor’s dazzle. The White Crow, a major new film, portrays his heart-stopping defection – we have an exclusive interview with director Ralph Fiennes and the dancer Oleg Ivenko, who plays Nureyev.
Another dance star making a difference is Cuban sensation Carlos Acosta, who recently received the RAD’s prestigious QEII Award and has just become Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet. We meet him, and also visit Acosta’s Havana. We hear from iconic ballerinas Misty Copeland and Darcey Bussell, and from Gerard Charles, the RAD’s new Artistic Director. And we explore creativity on stage – from the craft of acting to the inspiration of a ballet muse.
A genius playlist from Okwui Okpokwasili, who last year won a MacArthur ‘Genius’ Fellowship. Read more about her choices in the latest issue.
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Great leap forward
Can a film portray the young Nureyev? Oleg Ivenko and Ralph Fiennes reveal how they put a remarkable story on screen.
Can’t jump? Roll on the floor!
As he receives the RAD’s QEII Award, Carlos Acosta discusses leaving his ballet roles and transforming dance in Cuba.
You can’t always get what you want
If the thaw in Cuban-western relations is over, what does that mean for dance? We report from Havana.
White and black
Meet the artist who set Swan Lake on the river by her house in rural Australia.
Wendy Whelan, Liam Scarlett and others celebrate muses: unique dancers who fire a choreographer’s creativity.
Dance in a conservative climate: we report on ballet classes flourishing in a remote Egyptian city.
There’s more to dance than flawless pirouettes. Leading artists share the secrets of acting through dance.
What I’ve learned
Dame Darcey Bussell on her evolving career.