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Books and Art
Bianca Fota in Edward Clug’s Radio and Juliet, Bucharest National Ballet, April 2015. © Bucharest National Opera House. The whole affair is seen through the eyes of Juliet as evidenced by the overlong opening film sequence of her waking up; and it is subsequently set against her interactions with six men in suits. Fota returns as Clug’s surprisingly passionless Juliet; although nonetheless superb in her delivery of his wrenching, mechanistic movement.