Boris Eifman’s new ballet, “Up & Down”

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The UK premiere of Boris Eifman's new ballet "Up & Down" will take place at the London Coliseum.

Based on the F Scott Fitzgerald's novel "Tender Is the Night", and using the music of George Gershwin, Franz Schubert and Alban Berg, "Up & Down" follows the rise and fall of a young psychoanalyst and his patients.

The characters' ups and downs are masterfully recreated in dance, ustlizsing a bizarre kaleidoscope of obsessions and fears, to evoke an era of freedom, sensuality and hedonism.

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