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The New Face, And Brains, Of The Washington Ballet

“As she introduced each segment of the nearly three-hour salute to the company’s history, Kent led the audience members elegantly — and cannily — to an undeniable conclusion: She stood before them as the visionary queen of the Washington Ballet’s future.”
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