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Thirty Years Of Alonzo King's Lines Ballet
"It took King years to find the right balance of stylistic elements, but there is little doubt that he is redefining ballet for a generation that wouldn't find itself within a mile of Swan Lake. And, as a kind of apotheosis, Jennifer Homans, the notoriously demanding dance critic of The New Republic, has pronounced King one of dance's great hopes for the future." San Francisco Chronicle 10/17/12 (includes slide show)
Posted October 18, 2012 12:56 AM

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