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Triadisches Ballett (premiere in Stuttgart in 1922) was a ballet developed by Oskar Schlemmer, a German artist associated with the Bauhaus.

Triadisches Ballett (première in Stuttgart in was a ballet developed by Oskar Schlemmer, a German artist associated with the Bauhaus. Schlemmer conceived of his piece in terms of threes, three scenes for three dancers in eighteen costumes.

Contained within circular, glass like tables, these luscious ballerina inspired costumes allow freedom of movement and are designed in opulent white, light reflective textures to maximize the coloured neon glow of your choice. Their elaborately feathered headdresses, delicate white tutus and luxurious satin heeled ballet slippers are the definition of elegance and class.

Contained within circular, glass like tables, these luscious ballerina inspired costumes allow freedom of movement and are designed in opulent white, light reflective textures to maximize the coloured neon glow of your choice.

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