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Connecting with Boston Ballet's 'Lady of the Camellias'
Larissa Ponomarenko, who was nominated for the prestigious Prix Benois de la Danse for her performance as Marguerite in Boston Ballet's 2004 production, calls it “one of the most challenging duets in the repertoire in terms of length and intricacy, the …
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Alex Theatre has an uplifting story to tell
“It is happily similar [to the La Mirada Theatre] in terms of number of seats, backstage, the lights that they have and the number of dressing rooms. All of that is very important when you're sharing a show like 'Billy Elliot.' “ The arrangement also …
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Gary Kemp on Spandau Ballet reunion and burying old grudges
His younger brother Martin, the band's bass player who went on to become a TV soap heart-throb in EastEnders, stayed out of the argument and remained on good terms with both sides – and he proved crucial in getting them back together. So how did Gary …
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Royal Danish Ballet Performs Works by August Bournonville
His ballets also contain despair, jealousy and satire, but he confined those things to acting. He expressed delight by means of dances, made especially in terms of pure classical ballet. This week, principals and soloists of the Royal Danish Ballet …
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