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Dance Review

Boston Ballet's 'Swan Lake' glistens

By Christine Temin
Globe Staff / May 14, 2004

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Other late 19th-century ballets are sweet, silly, or sad: Only "Swan Lake" is emotionally wrenching. The emotion can slip into histrionics, canceling itself out. Not in Boston Ballet's "Swan," though, newly, and for the most part brilliantly, restaged by company artistic director Mikko Nissinen. (Full Article: 520 Words)

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