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Los Angeles Ballet dances through its growing pains

Los Angeles Ballet ended its benchmark 10th season in June as the first American company to dance Frederick Ashton's distinctively intimate and poetic "Romeo and Juliet." Unfortunately, that season left the company fiscally overextended, so the 11th season, which opened Saturday, has cutbacks in...
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