A Canadian ballet company’s decision to programme a triple bill of performances about women by three male choreographers highlights everything that is wrong with classical dance, argues Luke Jennings.

Last week the Montreal-based Grands Ballets Canadiens announced a triple bill called Femmes, part of its 2019 season. Femmes is a programme of ballets by three male choreographers (Douglas Lee, Marwik Schmitt and Mehdi Walerski) on the subject of “woman”, and, according to promotional materia... Keep reading on The Guardian