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Royal Ballet's Swan Lake

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Royal Ballet's Swan Lake

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I saw the Royal Ballet perform Swan Lake last night, and it was out of this world. I see a lot of live entertainment throughout the year, mostly theater, and often very much appreciate all the effort and craft involved. But every once in a while, as an audience member, you recognize that you are witnessing something truly extraordinary. For me, Brian Dennehy as Willy Loman; Audra McDonald in Ragtime; Julie Taymor's Juan Darien and now the Royal Ballet's Swan Lake--just absolutely breathtaking. Ballet, in general, is pretty low on my art interests list, but I highly recommend the Royal Ballet if it tours around your area.
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Royal Ballet's Swan Lake

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I saw Peter Pan in the theater not long ago, there really is something moving about seeing a show up close and personal like that. Later Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a wellpreserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out,shouting..."Holy Crap...what a ride!"
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