Scottish Ballet Uncut is a series of behind-the-scenes films, giving you the opportunity to see inside the studios and get an exclusive look at the creation of a brand new ballet.
In this episode, you can go inside the Scottish Ballet studios and be a fly-on-the-wall at rehearsals for A Streetcar Named Desire, while principal dancer Eve Mutso and Artistic Director Christopher Hampson chat about the production, costumes and the challenging role of Blanche DuBois.
A study in motion as two Scottish Ballet dancers connect and disconnect; bodies are drawn together, close, intense as these muscular forms ignite. Soft, sensual movements are captured in this intimate portrait. A voyeuristic insight into the physical relationship of dance. Commissioned by Scottish Ballet for the critically acclaimed Dance Odysseys programme at Edinburgh International Festival 2013, this short film is the centrepiece of a trilogy, featuring Principal Dancers Erik Cavallari and Eve Mutso, cut to a contemporary folk soundtrack from artist Keaton Henson.
Music: Healah Dancing by Keaton Henson feat. Ren Ford from the album Romantic Works