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Author:  kurinuku [ Fri Dec 17, 2004 9:38 am ]
Post subject:  Moscow Ballet's "Nutcracker"

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Dancers from Towson University's children's division take the stage in the Moscow Ballet troupe's 'Nutcracker'

by LONI INGRAHAM
the Towson Times

Thirty-eight of them to be exact. The principal dancers will be the Russians. But, in the show, the mice, butterflies, angels, snowflakes and party children will be young performers from Towson University's Children's Dance Division.
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Author:  Rosella [ Sun Dec 26, 2004 9:18 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Moscow Ballet's "Nutcracker"

I was unable to read the full article but I think this same company is coming to my area (centre of Italy) with this same ballet as the official opening of 'Pergolesi Danza' a festival of different dance styles and flavours (will talk about it in the miscellany section) which will take place in the renowed Pergolesi Theatre of Tradition (XVIII century) in the city of Jesi (Ancona).

I am quite excited about this event as my eyes are still filled with Morris' post-gender version recently staged at Sadler's Wells in London and I am looking forward to enjoying the traditional version too.

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