North & South


It’s a clever play on words, the title of guest choreographer Andi Schermoly’s work “Stand to Reason”, commissioned by the Royal New Zealand Ballet to mark 125 years of women’s suffrage.

It stands to something about it. The piece builds in energy, becoming really relentless at the end, and you see that’s how you make change – by being relentless.

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