At a turning point in the company’s history, former Stopgap dancer Sophie Stanley explores the creative processes, ethos and eccentricities that culminate to form the UK’s leading dance company that seamlessly integrates dancers with and without disability.
Rather than denying the disability, or pretending that we are all the same, we are reaping the artistic rewards on offer because of our differences.
To read the forward of this publication, please click here.
To read "The Unstoppable Company" - an article by Donald Hutera the dance critic for The Times, please click here.
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