Classical ballet will never die.
So it takes years to make a solid company.
Nearly everything in life goes in threes and fours.
It's either not good enough and dies altogether, or it develops.
There's nothing in the world that isn't good, bad, and indifferent.
Somebody must always be doing something new, or life would get very dull.
And then you have the classical ballerinas, they're like sopranos. Applied to the dance.
There would never have been a British Ballet without Diaghilev. He had a wonderful influence.
As time goes on, all schools only get left alive if they have found something special themselves.
Exactly the same with dancing, you can't dance until you've learnt steps, the things your feet can do.