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 Post subject: San Francisco Ballet dancers at Noosa Longweekend Festival
PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 6:52 pm 
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Seven dancers from San Francisco Ballet are performing at the Noosa (Queensland) Longweekend Festival in June 2010. Writing for The Australian, Allan Ulrich interviews Damian Smith who is organizing the dancers' tour.

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 Post subject: Re: San Francisco Ballet dancers at Noosa Longweekend Festival
PostPosted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 1:11 pm 
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Deborah Jones reviews the performance of Saturday, June 26, 2010 at the Noosa Longweekend Festival in The Australian. (Note: the date on the linked article is incorrect; it should read June 26, not July 26.)

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 Post subject: Re: San Francisco Ballet dancers at Noosa Longweekend Festival
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I didn't know there was a theatre in Noosa, I must investigate next time I'm there, though the area is very spread out over Noosaville, Noosa Heads and Noosa Junction, the Noosa River is perfect for bathing and I can remember sitting there watching my great nephews swim with flocks of cockatoos flying overhead.

It’s mid winter in Australia right now of course, so probably very pleasant temperature-wise on the Sunshine Coast. I have family living nearby so know the area well and I'm sure the SF dancers had a wonderful time. The beach is in a national park and there is a chalk board at the entrance telling you where to look for koala bears, though they tend to perch so high up the Gum trees you need binoculars for a good look. The picnic area is always filled with Bush Turkeys and Goanna's (giant Monitor lizards) scavenging around the tables; it's all a bit like the Garden of Eden.

What's this got to do with ballet? Nothing really, just reminiscing.


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