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Nederlands 2 Dance Company

Inspired by the recent topping of a very old thread by Apres_Londee, I thought I would ask a dance performance question. Seeing her name made me miss her; she was always interested in dance, IIRC.

So has anyone seen this company? It's the only performance I'm tempted to see while in London. The Frankenstein ballet sort of puts me off; I don't like dance that contains any sort of mime or acting. I'm a dance fan, but a particular one.

Is anyone familiar with Nederlands 2?

(or even Frankenstein, if you can tell me that are plenty of steps and very little posing, prancing, posturing, grieving, etc.)

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