Dance review: With a new name, Singapore Ballet makes a pointe

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In 1988, when dancers Goh Soo Khim and the late Anthony Then started a dance company in a small studio in Killiney Road, it had seven members, only three of whom were Singaporeans.

They chose the name Singapore Dance Theatre to give themselves the opportunity to experiment with a diverse range of choreography.

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