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Montreal dance innovators La La La Human Steps return to Scotland this fortnight (Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Fri 17-Sat 18 Mar) with Salt, a production that comes with the endorsement of Quebecois theatre guru Robert Lepage. 'It’s the most moving, extraordinary thing I've seen in years,’ Lepage told The List, remarking on how the style of choreographer £douard Lock has developed since he worked on classical dance in the Netherlands. ’You don’t have the impression that you're looking at classical ballet, but I know he's been through that. All the girls are on pointe, and he does the most sacrilegious things with that, but they 3 ‘1 are so inspiring. they're so modern, so new.’ \.\,-‘i
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