Articles & Reviews

Ballet.co.uk / 1 May 2009

“An extravaganza of impressive physicality, a formidable set design and both harrowing and hilarious theatre; Jasmin’s dance theatre makes you stand up and listen, and Justitia is no exception.”

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Worthing Herald & Littlehampton Gazette / 17 March 2009

“This work is daring in its goal-setting and searingly successful in its means. The dancing serves to expand the emotion, tension and the penetration of Vardimon’s concepts about our psychology.”

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The Stage / 11 May 2007

“In her latest dance theatre piece, Justitia, Jasmin Vardimon matches narrative clarity with astonishing visual imagery in a balance that is notoriously difficult to achieve. Where the text in much dance theatre relies on a clumsy mix of memories and observations devised by the performers, Justitia wisely uses a script, by writer Rebecca Lenkiewicz, which provides a solid structure for Vardimon’s movement to enhance, explore and illuminate.”

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Nottingham Evening Post / 2007

“This extraordinary piece takes us to the edge of the modern dance genre. At times it plunges into legitimate theatre: each performer plays, not simply a representative type, but a real, well-delineated character with a name and a personal narrative.”

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