Posted on March 18, 2016
Choreographer Kit Holder will present his first evening-length work this spring, with performances at the Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome on April 7 to 9.
Holder, a soloist with Birmingham Royal Ballet, has created a number of works for the company, and for other groups including Ballet Black and Ballet Central. His new production,Wolves are People Too, follows the story of two half-human, half-wolf children as they mature into society. It has music by jazz composer David Austin Grey, played live by the band Hansu-Tori, and illustrations by Nick Robertson. The work will be danced by members of Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Picture: Lewis Turner in Wolves are People Too. Photograph: Iza Korsak