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Artistic Director, Pacific Northwest Ballet
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Fjord Review #6
Book reviews of Lola Lafon’s Reeling, interviews with authors Mindy Aloff on Why Dance Matters and Marina Harss on The Boy from Kyiv, etc...240 pages. 7.25″ x 10″
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