"Broken Wings," photo by Laurent Liotardo
Now, as in the 19th century, ballet's most celebrated symbol is the ballerina. George Balanchine -- arguabl...
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It's not easy to bring the multitude of choices in movement, costume, lighting and set into harmony with equally complex choices in melody, texture and tone, but when it's done really well, it's a very different kind of art.
"Reflections," a showcase for seven Russian-trained prima ballerinas debuts at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa, California, on ...
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