50 Years, Dutch National Ballet; Program & L’after

17/9/2011: It was a full program at the Music Theater in Amsterdam, it all started at five o’clock. First we got to see the world premiere of “Nureyev, a Russian in the polder” directed by Jellie Dekker. A must-see for everybody, it contains footage found in the attic by director Joes Odufré and interviews with Milly Gramberg, Rudi van Danztig, Toer van Schaik, Alexandra Radius, Benjamin Felixdal, and many more who knew and worked with Rudolf Nureyev.
(You can view it here at 10:41)
After that we got to see the full program “Goud”
And after that; here’s what happened:
And after that,

a group portrait of 370 people, Ted Brandsen kept on directing,
in only 4 minutes or so, they were done.

At half past eleven we went home, leaving a group
who were going to party through the night.

Let's make some conversation! xoxo Mimi Berlin

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