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 Volume 3, Number 26  July 4, 2005     The weekly online supplement to DanceView magazine

Principals and soloists
of the Royal Danish Balle

"A Celebration of August Bournonville"

The Naked Bournonville
by Eva Kistrup

Mindy Aloff's
Letter From New York
will return

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Loose Change

A New Theatrical Medium
by Paul Parish

Urban Bush Women

20th Anniversary Season
by Susan Reiter

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Mindy Aloff
Dale Brauner
Mary Cargill
Christopher Correa
Clare Croft
Nancy Dalva
Rita Felciano
Marc Haegeman
George Jackson
Eva Kistrup
Gia Kourlas
Alan M. Kriegsman
Sali Ann Kriegsman
Alexander Meinertz
Gay Morris
Ann Murphy
Paul Parish
John Percival
Tom Phillips
Susan Reiter
Lisa Rinehart
Jane Simpson
Alexandra Tomalonis(Editor)
Lisa Traiger
Kathrine Sorley Walker
Leigh Witchel
David Vaughan


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Interview with Alexei Ratmansky (by Marc Haegeman)

Notes on Merrill Ashley Coaching "Ballo Della Regina" (Part of the Balanchine Interpreter's Archive Project, by Leigh Witchel)

New York City Ballet's Winter Season (by Carol Pardo)

Paul Taylor Dance Company's 50th Anniversary Season (by Mary Cargill)

Taylor 2, and an interview with Francisco Graciano (by Mary Cargill)

Reports from London (Jane Simpson), New York (Gay Morris) and San Francisco (Rita Felciano)

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