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Mark Wojoski Professor Sutton Dance 101 6 April 2006 “Ballet Stars of New York” I thought that the ballet that I saw the night before on Thursday night was amazing. Little did I know that the ballet on Friday, March 31 st , “Ballet Stars of New York,” was only a hair away from unbelievable. The dancers in this ballet were much more experienced, and they showed why they are some of the best in the world at ballet dancing. The outstanding uniform dance moves, the invigorating costumes, classic acts, and stupendous, live orchestra made this ballet performance one to remember. From the opening act, you could tell that these dancers were way more experienced than the dancers of the pervious night. The poise and concentration that each of the dancers possessed in every act was truly amazing. The men that danced had very cut mussels, and you could tell that they were giving it all by their perspiration that gleamed in the lighting. The woman dancers had very beautiful bodies and displayed
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course DANC 101 taught by Professor Dragoni during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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