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 Volume 2, Number 48  December 20,  2004     The weekly online supplement to DanceView magazine

Alicia Markova and Maude Lloyd:
An appreciation

by David Vaughan

Klezmers Fizzled, Dancers Soared
Paul Taylor Dance Company
"Klezmerbluegrass," "Eventide," "Arden Court"

by Clare Croft

Mindy Aloff's
Letter from New York

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Fantastic Team Effort....
our New "Nutcracker"
San Francisco Ballet
"The Nutcracker"

by Paul Parish

Snow, Fog and East-West Treats;
A Love Letter to San Francisco
San Francisco Ballet
"The Nutcracker"

by Ann Murphy

An Offbeat Nutcracker That's Sheer Fun
David Parker and the Bang Group

by Susan Reiter

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The Autumn Issue of DanceView is OUT!

Robert Greskovic reviews two new DVDs of Fonteyn dancing "Sleeping Beauty" and "Cinderella"

Mary Cargill on last summer's Ashton Celebration

Profile of Gililian Murphy, reviews of the ABT Spring season, springtime in Paris, reports from .

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